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  1. rscaramelo#WP's Avatar
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    Hi. I own my own domain through godaddy. I generally have mail sent to that domain forwarded to gmail but could use another carrier. I also could use godaddy's email for my domain too.

    What is the easiest most reliable service for someone with their own domain on the Z10?

    Thanks
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    I would say any that support Exchange Activesync. Outlook.com if you want free and to forward it or Office 365 if you want to pay $(4/month) and want to use the domain directly.
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    Do you have a link to that 365 option? I only can find subscriptions that are much more expensive.
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    I also have a go daddy email and it works just fine on my z10 without being forwarded to another email service.

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    I used godaddy for years with my old blackberry. When I got the z10 godaddy would no longer support push, they support imap but not imap idle which is needed for push. I was told they had a server connected to rims bis system and that's why it used to be push.

    I kept my own domain with them but now use Google apps to host the email among other things they offer. It cost 50$ a year which is pretty good IMHO. Google makes it pretty easy to make the setting changes on godaddy.

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    why? if you are already paying for a godaddy domain pay a little more for hosted exchange running EAS.

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    http://www.godaddy.com/email/hosted-....aspx?ci=44307
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    Thx for that twstd

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    Here is the link for the 4/month Microsoft Office 365 hosting plan.

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    Thanks.

    Here is my question about this. Can I set up 2 different "accounts" on the Z10 using this? I need to be able to send from 2 addresses. I have everything going to my domain forwarded to gmail right now and that is why I'm a little confused on what to do. On the webmail it's super easy to send replies using the address the email was sent from but this is giving me a headache on the Z10. I am sure there is an obvious solution that I am overlooking.

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