In message <***@brightview.co.uk>, Serena
Blanchflower <***@blanchflower.me.uk> writes:
Post by Serena Blanchflower
ISTR that I promised to let umra know which domain host I chose to move
to, in case this was helpful to other umrats in the same situation.
I've just migrated to <https://www.daily.co.uk/>, and everything seems
fine. I chose them because they support Catch All addressing (having
don't charge for WHOIS privacy, for .uk addresses - a lot of domain
hosts implied that they charged for WHOIS privacy.
What conclusions have other umrats come to?
Well, I signed up with Tsohost, and so far all has been fine. I don't
know if they do WHOIS privacy, but they do anything-before-the-@. They
_do_ provide some webspace - 500M with the cheapest package - but you
don't have to use it of course. (Actually it's 500M for your webspace
plus your email storage, but I have them forward all the email to me at
PlusNet, so that's fairly irrelevant.) I don't think they're the
absolute cheapest, but I'd heard they at least have some clue if you
raise a ticket, and I've found that is true. (Once I'd got over the fact
that I always seemed to get help from someone with a Russian-sounding
name - but someone else told me they're largely based in Hungary or
something like that, or at least have a lot of staff there.) FWIW, the
domain registration - which they'll handle for you, but is mostly just
passing on the registration fee - is 7 something a year; the email
handling (including the 500M webspace - is IIRR 14.95 a _year_ (for the
one with the most basic, e. g. least webspace).
J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)***@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf
This was before we knew that a laboratory rat, if experimented upon, will
develop cancer. [Quoted by] Anne (***@aol.com), 1997-1-29