[olug] Google changes to free
rob.townley at gmail.com
Thu May 19 17:43:22 CDT 2022
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On Tue, May 17, 2022 at 11:24 PM Jay Hannah <jay.hannah at iinteractive.com>
> You can now tell Google you want to keep your free setup. If you don’t
> tell them by June 27th you’ll lose it, or start paying lots of money every
> Opt-In by June 27 to Keep Legacy G Suite Plan
> > On Feb 17, 2022, at 16:09, Ben Hollingsworth <obiwan at jedi.com> wrote:
> > I've been really happy with Namecheap as a registrar, web host, and
> email forwarder, except for the occasional delay in email. For the price,
> I absolutely love them. I also love that they're very pro-FOSS.
> > On 2/17/22 14:39, Jay Hannah wrote:
> >> On Feb 5, 2022, at 22:42, Ben Hollingsworth<obiwan at jedi.com> wrote:
> >>> I've run jedi.com email several different ways since 1995. For the
> last 11 years, I've registered the domain at Namecheap (a very pro-FOSS
> company). They host the DNS on their servers, and I have all my family's
> jedi.com mail addresses set up with them as redirects, mostly to gmail
> addresses that no outsiders ever see. You can even set up multiple
> destinations for a single address, so (for instance) my son's email also
> gets copied to my wife's and my accounts. The only cost for that is the
> $10-ish per year for the domain registration.
> >> Hmm… I pay directnic.com to resolve all my DNS, but I don’t see a way
> to do email forwarding purely via DNS? It appears directnic.com wants me
> to pay $20/year for a *TOTAL* of 6GB of storage for up to 6 email
> addresses, and that won’t work, I’m hoarding too much email (that I never
> read), and my parents hoard way more than I do.
> >> My (currently) free account in Gmail: 2.87 GB of 15 GB used
> >> Namecheap is better than DirectNIC, in this case?
> > --
> > *Ben "Obi-Wan" Hollingsworth* obiwan at jedi.com www.Jedi.com <
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> > promise that You will pull me through. /-- Rich Mullins/
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