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Paid IMAP/POP3 Mail Providers

I am looking for recommendations to replace the typical "ISP Provided" FREE email service.
The most important of the criteria is reliability and the dropped messages (sending and recieving) is driving me to distraction (currently Bellsouth/AT&T - but I have tried several others through the years).

I've done the basic Google Search, but am interesting in hearing only from those who are currently using a solution that they recommend.

My intention is to pay someone else to handle all the headaches, and not stand up my own Exchange Server.

Thank you.

Vic
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younghv
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andrewjones1987Commented:
try

www.1and1.co.uk

very reliable and cheap
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humeniukCommented:
Always a good idea to get away from ISP or hosting company email because they're often quite shoddy.  Two excellent alternatives are www.swishmail.com and www.everyone.net.
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younghvAuthor Commented:
Thank you both for responding.
I'll check them out and get back to you.

Vic
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lherrouCommented:
Vic,

I have set up several clients over the last couple of year (clients who are on the road constantly) with hosted Exchange services from DSL extreme (https://secure.dslextreme.com/medusa/exchange/). They love having the full spectrum of Exchange services (synch-ed laptop, desktop, and Blackberry, for example, not to mention calendaring), with reliable service wherever they are.

Cheers,
LHerrou
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younghvAuthor Commented:
LHerrou - good stuff! Thank you.
I am up on the sites checking them all out.
Thank you.
Vic
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younghvAuthor Commented:
Great suggestions everyone.
I went with everyone.net (price and US based), but had a customer who opted for dslextreme.

Thank you for taking the time to help.

Vic
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humeniukCommented:
Always nice to be able to help a fellow Expert.  Thanks for the A.
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