Unfortunately I agree with Ben about Interland. One of my clients recently moved his domain there and the domain and his email was a nightmare, and the service was even worse. We moved everything in no time to one of my friends and colleagues who is a pair.com reseller. I'd definitely recommend Pair.com, though! Interland must be fine for some, although my experience is such that I don't plan to try them again and also will steer people away from them, at least until I see they've made improvements. Warmly, Shirley -- Shirley E. Kaiser, M.A. SKDesigns mailto:skaiser at skdesigns.com Website Development http://www.skdesigns.com/ Pianist, Composer http://www.shirleykaiser.com/ Moderator, I-Design http://www.adventive.com/lists/idesign/summary.html At 04:18 PM 06/08/2001, you wrote: >I would have to disagree strongly. I have found Interland to be >nonfunctional, incompetent, unknowledgable and unhelpful. I'm still >waiting to resolve issues, that they caused, on our sites days ago. Major >stuff, too. > >We are quickly migrating all of our sites off of Interland. > >And, with the exception of CIHost, I've never seen a web hoster rated so >poorly by everybody. > >--Ben > >At 04:04 PM 6/8/2001, you wrote: >>Not sure if it's available without web hosting, but Interland >>(www.interland.com) charges $60 a year for mail hosting - unlimited POP3 >>boxes and aliases with pretty high traffic allowance. If you're interested >>e-mail me offlist and I'll forward contact info so you're talking to a real >>person. >>-----Original Message----- >>From: judah [mailto:judah at alphashop.com] >>Sent: Friday, June 08, 2001 2:00 PM >>To: thelist at lists.evolt.org >>Subject: [thelist] Email Outsourcing >> >> >>Any suggestions on good sources for hosted email services? I want to be >>able to point an MX record for a domain to a server and have the client use >>that server for POP3 mail or be able to have mail redirects set up.