Hello, my friends.I'm looking for recommendations for a host again. I already have the URL I want to use and don't really expect to do a website any time soon, but want something for email. It looks like we will need 8 to maybe as many as 10 email addresses. I'd like something that is realtively easy to use and reasonably priced. (Whatever that means.) I've done a little looking around online, and don't feel like I have the knowledge to know what I'm looking at.What are you recommending these days?Thanks.Rose
I'm using namecheap.comHaven't had any problems, and when I asked them a technical question (for someone else on this board) they responded right away with detailed info.Phil
I have been using TotalChoiceHosting.com for about 8 years and have been very happy with them.Barbar
I'm not sure whether it would be worth the price for just email, but I'm using ICDSoft as my host, and their support is absolutely stellar. They're prompt to the point of being instant, and the system is flawless. I've been using them since 2004.~aj
ICDSoft is who I used before I switched to namecheap. As TMBFAverageJoe says, they are very good. I only changed because, for what I wanted, namecheap was a lot lower priced. I've been using namecheap for a few years.Phil
I'll second Barbar's recommendation of TotalChoiceHosting. Been using them for about six years with no problems at all. Good prices, too.Charlie Brown
Thanks, everyone.From reviewing the sites, I think Total Choice Hosting is going to get the nod. Are either of you resellers? If so, I'd be happy to go that route.Rose
I've been really happy with http://www.hostgator.com
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