Not sure what’s happening, but there seems to be a number of posts in my timeline about self-hosting email and how hard it is. I agree, it’s hard, but not because of deliverability - set your SPF, DKIM and DMARC records and email will be delivered everywhere in my experience.

Self-hosting email is a PITA, in my opinion, because of spam. There’s simply no good spam filters in open source land. Again, in my experience.


In the end I just went with Zoho. Around £1/m/mailbox, has an open privacy policy and works really well. Best yet - still gets me away from the big hitters in email land.

@kev haven't heard of Zoho before, I'll be sure to check it out.

Also de-googling my life and so far I'm using

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