Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or you’ve never visited LowEndBox/LowEndTalk before…which is kind of the same situation), you’ve heard of MXroute. We did an interview with their CEO, Jarland Donnell, back in June.
MXroute went from nothing to be a community favorite in an astonishingly short period of time. Given that the major email hosters (Gmail, etc.) have eliminated their free bring-your-own-domain plans, many of our readers are looking for email hosting. The more technically minded may try to host on their own VPS, but then you run into deliverability issues.
MXroute offers very inexpensive email hosting with pro-level management. Every review I’ve ever seen is positive and they’ve been great in my own usage.
And now you can get started with them for as low as $5/year! For LEB readers, they have an exclusive package with 100Gb of storage with unlimited accounts and the price is less than you’d pay GMail for a single email account!
Solid provider, great product, inexpensive rates – what are you waiting for?!?
Here’s what they had to say about themselves:
“MXroute is an email provider where customers bring their existing domains. Our claim to fame is that we’ve destroyed the idea of “IP reputation” with a complex outbound system that ensures that your email is never rejected due to the reputation of a single IP address. Our customers range from personal to large business, we’re a home to everyone except spammers!”
And some more info:
“If you’re new to MXroute, let me tell you a bit about it. MXroute is an e-mail hosting service with a primary focus on outbound delivery. However, we’re continually improving on the inbound and user interface side as well. Our most recent product iteration uses DirectAdmin to allow you to add domains, create e-mail accounts, and configure your service. We offer the things you expect with an e-mail service:
Protocols: SMTP, IMAP, POP3
Webmail: Roundcube, Rainloop, Crossbox
Features: Forwarding, Plus Aliasing, Sieve Filters
Delivery: We have a very complex system that sends all outbound emails to one of two redundant outbound filters. Those then send out to random redundant relays which attempt delivery. If delivery fails, the email is forwarded to another IP to try again. After a number of failures, it goes out for a last try through a third party service like MailChannels or SpamWall. If we bounce it back to you, it’s a pretty safe bet that e-mail wasn’t going to get there no matter what you did. We keep our IPs incredibly clean to ensure that you get inbox delivery if possible. We can’t force someone to deliver to the inbox, but we can confirm that all of our IP ranges can deliver to the inbox of all major e-mail services (like Yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail) if they will accept yours (by testing our own domains through each).”
Note: If you don’t see exactly what you’re looking for, their post on LowEndTalk has additional offers, as does their own Black Friday page.
Now read more to see the offers!
Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!