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|User Info||YOUR Email? Not Really.; entered at 2018-07-07 10:17:15|
Registered: 2007-06-26 Philly P.a.
What Karl did was to run a small forwarding mail server on a Digital Ocean droplet. Since it's forward only it doesn't require much in resources and runs on their smallest $5/mo server. Then you forward to a non-standard port to the mail server at your house. Viola! No blocking from your ISP... |
Or you can spend a touch more and stick it on your own droplet, but... It's still not yours. Hell of a lot more secure than gmail, but still on the cloud.
Look at iRedMail.org