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2021 Usability in college about 2 days agoAs for Office, it will depend on how many exotic features you need. If it is just basic to mid-level stuff (and if you don't need to be able to do stuff while connected to the Internet) then you may find the online version at office.com will provide everything you need in a platform neutral way.
Zoho Mail is a webmail service built with the needs of a modern business in mind.
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Free for dev - list of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) about about 2 months ago:Email Free for 5 users. 5GB/user & 25 MB attachment limit, 1 domain.
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Alternatives? about 17 days ago:- fastmail.com : very flexible, supports IMAP so you can use your own client or theirs. Rich filtering capabilities. Contacts can be put into groups (and then groups used in filters - think of feed, screened out, from Hey). Also has a calendar and file storage.
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Random guy (with mutual friends) messaged me. He said he... about 1 day agoThis is really creepy. I got a friend request and message from this guy on Facebook. His profile is legit (friends, info, lots of pictures, personality, etc.,.) and he has mutual friends that would make sense. However, he said he emailed me. When I asked which email he sent it to, he gave me an email with my full name at Protonmail.com. I've never heard of this Swiss company before, but my name is super unique, so...
Platform to host multiple email domains.
Ask HN: What email service provider are you using for your... about 4 days ago:Migadu http://migadu.com/ Super nice people, when you email them for support they're fast and thorough. Their founders are/have been active on here, and they're currently investing in foss projects by hiring sourcehut.org (Simon Ser and Drew DeVault) to build a new web mail built on modern Go libraries https://git.sr.ht/~migadu/alps. They've got a list of pros/cons here https://www.migadu.com/procon/ I'll shill...
A fully fledged, free email server solution, an open source project (GPL v2).
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F*ck Google, here are some self-hosted alternatives. about 12 days ago:Want to mention mailcow as well, was pretty straight forward to setup with docker and their documentation.