@mike Great to know, thank you so much. Any experience with their support, that's currently my main concern.
@hugo never had to use their support but I know some people personally who have worked there, and I'd be surprised if they're not great.
As a company they seem to be pretty good, I've considered working for them more than once but the right role hasn't ever been advertised heh.
@mike @hugo A longtime friend of mine works there and I’ve had good support from Fastmail staff on the Cyrus mailing list (Cyrus is the IMAP backend they use). I used to self-host, for eight+ years, but I decided to migrate my personal domain to them this year. Great product, well implemented.
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@hugo @futzle @mike going to also jump on the train of saying they’re great. I had to deal with their support when I had some issues with the static web hosting feature and HTTPS, and they were very helpful and quick and didn’t talk down to me like I don’t know tech, like most company’s service reps do — they clearly knew their stuff.
@hugo I’ve got something like 5 domains on it at this point, all with various aliases to my one inbox, with different combinations of partial and full DNS with them. Has been 100% reliable for me over the last 6+ years.
@s0 I need to work on a similar set up. But still want to keep it portable in case I decide to move out in the future. So, I am not sure alias would work for that (meaning migrating a single account with emails for that account), probably will need to create multiple accounts or something. Need to do some more research :)
I do what s0 does and have all my domains point to one account. Fastmail filtering rules (standard sieve) then separate the messages into their own per-domain folder.
@futzle @s0 my concern is migrating out, as I want to be able to take my emails sent to a single account to a different provider when/if I decide to migrate. I believe that with your setup that would not be possible, probably would need multiple accounts/users/logins and then have to forward the email to the main one to keep portability.
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