Different Web and IMAP hosts for domain; can it be done?


Is it possible to have the web space for your domain hosted by one provider and IMAP email by another

If so, what is needed (MX records, etc.) and who offers such an IMAP service (either free or cheap)

Posted On: Friday 26th of October 2012 12:23:01 AM Total Views:  328
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