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Google Workspace (formerly G Suite)

  • Your domain name: Yes.
  • Mailbox size: 30GB, 2TB, and 5TB.
  • Spam and virus protection: Yes.
  • Aliases: Yes.
  • 24/7 support: Chat, ticket, or phone.
  • Archiving and storage: Depending on the plan.

Unfortunately, when G Suite transitioned to Workspace, the non-enterprise plans lost their unlimited storage. While G Suite was compelling on its own, the unlimited storage made it a must-have. Removal of that capability has reduced Workspace’s appeal, but it still does a great job of mail management.

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Microsoft 365 Business Premium

  • Your domain name: Yes.
  • Mailbox size: 50GB and up.
  • Spam and virus protection: Yes.
  • Aliases: Yes.
  • 24/7 support: Chat, ticket, or phone.
  • Archiving and storage: Depending on the plan.

Office 365 is becoming Microsoft 365 because… why not? Except, not entirely. Home users will still get Office 365. This is a fabulous product, but I swear Microsoft goes out of its way to confuse folks with its branding changes. It’s like it’s a hobby or something.

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Web hosting providers offering email hosting

Almost every web hosting provider offers email of one sort or another. For most, it’s just a door-opening option, but very little attention is paid to optimizing the email infrastructure for customers. By contrast, the following vendors have more dedicated offerings, allowing you to have a single vendor, but also something of a more optimized infrastructure.

  • GoDaddy
  • Hostinger
  • A2 Hosting
  • DreamHost Professional Email
  • Fasthosts email hosting
  • BlueHost
  • Namecheap
  • SiteGround

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