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Standard User Sandgrounder
(knowledge is power) Sun 06-Aug-17 00:04:02
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Email forwarding


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If I have correctly understood the post on the Zen forum about email forwarding to a Zen address (like zen12345@zen.co.uk), then it explains why lots of my email is going missing. My family use quite a few forwarders on various domain names.

Can somebody from A&A tell me if A&A have a similar policy or can I forward all of my email to an A&A email address instead of Zen.

Or do I need to work on a completely different solution.?



Line One:- Zen Fibre 1 - DrayTek Vigor 2860ac
Line Two:- Andrews and Arnold - DrayTek Vigor 2600
Standard User 23Prince
(fountain of knowledge) Sun 06-Aug-17 11:53:35
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Re: Email forwarding


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I am sure it's possible, and someone will tell you soon how to do it. But personally I would use an external company - as this means that when you move ISP's you don't have to dance about

AA do their own hosting separately to their service, I think.
ISP Representative andrewhearn
(isp) Sun 06-Aug-17 22:39:24
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Re: Email forwarding


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We don't offer 'aaisp' addresses, eg you don't have a user@aaisp.co.uk address, instead we can register you your own domain name, eg sandgrounder.org.uk and you can have addresses with your own domain name - the domain is yours, and so you are then free to move the domain to different ISPs if you wish...

Andrew Hearn
AAISP
aa.net.uk support@aa.net.uk 033 33 400 999
The above post has been made by an ISP REPRESENTATIVE (although not necessarily the ISP being discussed in the post).


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Standard User 23Prince
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 07-Aug-17 07:27:25
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Re: Email forwarding


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Many people on here (my included) would recommend Tsohost as well for a completely independent solution. Their base package is 500MB space and 5GB transfer a month for £14.99 a year - adequate for more peoples e-mails. I am a heavy e-mail user for business and I have 88MB of mail and use about 1GB a month bandwidth.

https://www.tsohost.com/

AAISP's solution works too but as Andrew says you need to more that wen you change ISP.
Standard User Sandgrounder
(knowledge is power) Mon 07-Aug-17 10:00:28
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Re: Email forwarding


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OK. Thank you.

I have most of it sorted out now. Just a shame Zen did not think to warn those of us using forwarding. Their logs must have shown who would be affected.



Line One:- Zen Fibre 1 - DrayTek Vigor 2860ac
Line Two:- Andrews and Arnold - DrayTek Vigor 2600
Standard User 23Prince
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 07-Aug-17 11:51:15
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Re: Email forwarding


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In reply to a post by Sandgrounder:
OK. Thank you.

I have most of it sorted out now. Just a shame Zen did not think to warn those of us using forwarding. Their logs must have shown who would be affected.


Based on the fact they cut customers off and then chase them through debt collection. Nothing surprises me with them.
Standard User professor973
(knowledge is power) Mon 07-Aug-17 14:09:34
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Re: Email forwarding


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For hosting and email, I find Freeola take some beating. http://freeola.com/free-email/

Standard User Sandgrounder
(knowledge is power) Tue 08-Aug-17 09:52:47
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They have been very good with everything else. I have been with them since ADSL became available.

Whereas, it took me a while and a few migrations before I got to AA ISP for my second line.



Line One:- Zen Fibre 1 - DrayTek Vigor 2860ac
Line Two:- Andrews and Arnold - DrayTek Vigor 2600
Standard User 23Prince
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 08-Aug-17 16:27:50
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Re: Email forwarding


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In reply to a post by professor973:
For hosting and email, I find Freeola take some beating. http://freeola.com/free-email/


I was going to suggest them but was not sure if you needed connectivity too.
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