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Due to my tendency to transform my webservers into a messy playground, I need to move my client's emails into an external server dedicated to that subject. I never worked with a service like this, so I'd like to know recommendations from the community about email hosting companies / services.


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This is basically a shopping question ("what's a good X?"), which is considered off-topic here (because what's good for you and your needs isn't the same thing that's good for me). – Ward Nov 1 '11 at 6:44
The quality of the review, ways of expression about it, features reviewed, service classification and so on, are the points I'm looking for. Don't take it the wrong way, I'm a web coder. – yoda Nov 1 '11 at 17:00

Google Apps for Business

I have recommend this to a few people and they have loved it, if the company is small enough you can use there free service.

There is also MS Office 365

These are the 2 that come to mind.

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Also, what the heck are you doing to those web servers?

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