Unlimited enterprise email hosting

Build your brand and increase customer trust with a professional email address like,, etc.

Mailcheap offers dedicated email servers without any user or domain limits. Deploy using our automated installer in minutes.

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Hey @pavinjoseph1, Can you tell us more about what you've built here? And how does it compare to similar products out there?
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@jacqvon Mailcheap is an enterprise email solutions provider offering hosted email (email hosting), SMTP relay, spam filtering/mail forwarding and backup MX/queuing relay products. With Mailcheap's hosted email plans, you can create unlimited number of mailboxes belonging to unlimited number of domains. The only limit is the hardware resources (storage & compute) of the server. Most hosted email providers offer only shared email hosting (1 mailbox, per user/month pricing) which does not scale for a business with multiple active users or anyone requiring multiple mailboxes. Mailcheap's dedicated email servers start at $25-30/month, can be deployed in minutes using our automated installer, is 100% white-labelled (white-label MX record, IMAP/POP/SMTP/EAS hostname and white-labelled admin panel with custom brand name, brand logo & brand slogan), includes AI spam/virus filtering based on artificial neural networks, Premium SMTP relays (external SMTP relay for high deliverability), geo-redundant backup mailservers, offsite data backups, setup & migration tools, comprehensive documentation & full (L1/L3) support among other features. For more details, see: Features: Infrastructure: Comparison: Signup:
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@jacqvon @pavinjoseph1 So in simpleton-speak: - Unlimited business emails/domains-used - Limited storage - Limited bandwidth Sounds like a great offering. I would work to simplify the message of what you're offering here, because I think if more people could quickly understand your offering, they would totally see the value you're offering here! Nice product! 👌
@jacqvon @jarrod There is no limit on bandwidth, only storage (disk space) and compute (CPU, RAM) of the server.
@pavinjoseph1 is bandwidth not a measure of computing in the way you're meaning?
@jarrod Nope, Mailcheap (& our upstream server provider) does not have any practical bandwidth restrictions especially in the context of an email server. Depending on the server, they all have 100 Mbit to 1 Gbit bandwidth with no traffic limits. The CPU/RAM would be the bottleneck/limit long before the server hits any bandwidth limit.
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