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Migadu

World's easiest email hosting

4.3/5
Would you recommend this product?
DevOps at Doist

In general it works for me however I've got my secondary domain there with a very low traffic. I would't use Migadu for my personal email or something critical.

Pros:

* free plan is great (I can use my own domain)

* good webmail

* catch-all email aliases

Cons:

if the service is down (it was the case) there is no way to contact the team

no twiter, nothing. no public changelog

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I have been running email services there for 1 year now and never experienced any outages. Also, the founders reply very quickly when you contact them via support@migadu.com and have been very helpful.
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Wow! My head just spun around like in the Exorcist. Migadu is exactly how amazing businesses fill a niche and succeed. I have 3 domains hosted there, all 100% up time (Okay we all know that can quite be true, but if someone really wants raw data, I'm happy to invest on an uptime checker for a couple months... I have never had any perceived downtime.) So want a trusty partner who responds quickly as Mr Betz remarked. Migadu is really a great choice.
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Business Owner
@hostmaster is twitter a significant channel for you? I am not into social Media at all and I always use their suppor email address. This is enough

Great free e-mail server. Haven't seen anything better yet.

Pros:

Free e-mail server, relatively easy setup

Cons:

Nothing particular

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Very simple and easy to use! I have the $4/month plan, and I use it for all my projects and personal emails. It is more than enough, and I probably run about 20 email addresses off of it (most redirect to a couple main addresses), and the support is amazing. They respond within a day or so, and they are always really nice and helpful. I have had no percevable downtime, and I love the service overall! 10/10 from me, upgrading from a handful of gmail and gapps accounts, Migadu has saved tons of time and money since I use seprate self-hosted webapps for calendar, etc.
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Business Owner
Migadu is working well for my business. This email hosting solution is allowing us to save money, lowering our costs while having great support from Migadu team if needed! They can be contacted by email and are very serious and helpful. I have recommended migadu to other start up and so far they are also satisfied.
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CS @ Imperial College London

Useful for non-essential email domains. For free/cheap mail hosting with catch-all addresses for more essential services, try Zoho instead.

Pros:

Great pricing, simplistic (yet powerful) UI, and lots of useful features (including catch-alls and regex addresses)

Cons:

Lack of customer service and no public-facing presence (social media, etc.) whatsoever. Downtimes have happened in the past.

@kelvzhan Zoho is an overkill. The Mail UI is nice while the rest is just ugly. They took ages to answer to my emails. I'm using Migadu which is wayyy better if you are looking for a low load email, for example if you have a network of websites.
@kelvzhan Per seat per month on Zoho? Totally different business model.
Steady Servers, Great Configurations Tutorials, a super solid no cost (But try to support them), email performer. Simple Straightforward.... with my side comment of elegant.