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  • I recommend bytemark [] for your mail sewer. I also keep a few other shell accounts around so I can at least send email if they ever have an outage. [] is good.
    • I'm currently setting up exim on my server at the moment :) I've also got access to a Bytemark server so that may be the backup plan :)

      Since NicNames got bought out the service levels have just gone down hill. I'm now planning to move all my other domains across to, as they are local (Worcester, I practically pass it on the way to work every day!) and have 3 mail servers as opposed to the 1 I have with EasySpace.

      I suppose I could go with a certain major mail security provider, but I'm not sure