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namecheap sucks!

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by Dilettante, Jun 23, 2015.

  1. Dilettante

    Dilettante Power Member

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    Hello!

    I bought a private mail hosting with namecheap, and you know what ?

    IT SUCKS!


    Before ordering, I talked to the support, and they told me the outgoing mail limits was 500 mails per hour.

    So I bought the hosting two days ago.

    I did test: I sent 100 mails yesterday (not a lot) after a lot of failures.

    Today, I try to send 400 mails with the distribution list feature.

    It doesn't work.

    I try again, again and again. Id doesn't work.

    And when I contact the support, I learn my account is limited. Why? They don't know. What is the outgoing email limit? They don't know.

    They just took my money, and then, account restricted/limited


    So, my advice is : stay far away from these scammers!



    By the way, if you know a hosting which is trustable for email marketing, I take it!
     
  2. Dilettante

    Dilettante Power Member

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    So, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa, my account isn't restricted, BUT there is a little things I hadn't read/seen (I have read the ToS and FAQ nevertheless) :

    So, if you want to have a mail hosting, you must know that with Namecheap, [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica]Maximum number of recipient in one email is 50[/FONT]!

    (they don't say it, or it's will hidden)

    It sucks nevertheless: for an enterprise which has more than 50 employees, how they do?

    And I repeat :
    By the way, if you know a hosting which is trustable for email marketing, I take it!