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Old 04-29-2013, 02:09 AM
greg8872 greg8872 is offline
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Just about any "real" hosting service has this standard (I say "Real", as I'm referring to places where you use their site builder and point your domain to them, although some may)

I would advise against GoDaddy, over the past 6 months I have a client who has had constant issues trying to use their e-mail (but is paid for a year, so doesn't want to switch to just using what comes standard on with the hosting she has from me)

gmail also offers some type of service where you can set up to have emails with your own domain as well, but I know two people who use this and at times have issues that their client's didn't get the mail as their ISP marked it as spam since it was coming from gmail servers (saw the spam rating given to the e-mails, without that flag, would have passed)
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