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Will postini work with 123 reg and easily.co.uk?

Discussion in 'Internet, Connectivity and Communications' started by Boycie, Aug 3, 2009.

  1. Boycie
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    Boycie Senior Beer Tester

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    Hi,
    Title says it all really. Just reading through the set-up notes and notice that 1and1 and XO communications are not compatible.
    I have looked on both websites, which aren't easily contactable (although i can call them in the morning) so was just wondering if I am likely to have any issues with them and the postini service. Also, the site has exchange answering to several domains split over the 123 reg and easily.co.uk - will this be OK?

    Thanks for looking.
     
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    Are you migrating away from Exchange mate?
     
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    Hiya sparks,

    no mate, GFI about to expire and decided to go over to postini (for spam). Any thoughts appreciated! :D
     
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    Ahh, I see. Whats up with GFI? Too expensive?
     
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    i think it worked out cheaper with the mail retention (which i have suggested) and far cheaper without it. I have just installed the SSL - (just came through) and on-site first thing in the morning to sort the spam solution and some other problems out. Would be easier for me to renew the GFI, but unless the fact that all the domains are spread over 2 hosts are an issue, then will probably go ahead with it.

    What do you usually go for Sparks?
     
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    Just looking at the site now. what's the price of them?
     
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    How many users mate?
     
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    Looking at £700ish

    The device does offer more than a simple spam solution though. Plus you can charge for an install, cha-ching! :biggrin
     
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    thanks for the info - i'll take a look in to it tomorrow. i take it there is an annual fee also?

    cheers,
     
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    Yeah, depending on what services you want. The software version is cheaper but you will need a dedicated server for it. Handy if you have one kicking about but doesnt add up if you need to buy new kit.
     
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