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[Discuss] TLD for Personal Use - Email

On 06/10/2013 09:48 PM, jbk wrote:
>> I don't want to keep my mail on a server, I want to keep 
>> it on the mail client at home.
>> GIS is Galaxy and they cease to exist June 30th.
>> Jim KR
> Thanks for all the responses. I've a bit to chew on and 
> I'll need to confirm my understanding of what has been 
> posted, but that will take me some time to compose as I 
> only have an hour or so in the evening to focus on this.
> Jim KR
> _______________________________________________
> Discuss mailing list
> Discuss at
I registered a domain with godaddy and have purchased their 
business email package with spam filtering. $6 a month for 5 
mail boxes on a yearly subscription. The mail setup was a 
little confusing because they have a free email that is 
provided with the domain registration which I don't use next 
to the paid for subscription with out much distinguishing 
identity. I've had it up about a week and mail is coming in 
from those organizations I've updated my contact info like, and a few others. It's too early to 
evaluate their spam filtering.
This seems to fit what I need. I'm not setting up a web 
page, they'd like me to so that they could populate it with 
their preferred advertising, but I don't really want a 
presence on the web. So there we are.

Jim KR
jbk at

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