Switching Mail Provider

100 Days to Offload

Today I finally took the time to switch to a new mail provider.

Until now I have used a Gmail account for my email and forwarded emails from all my other accounts I created during the years to it. Today I subscribed to Zoho to use their mail service with my personal domain.

I wanted to get rid of Gmail for a while now since I started to "degoogle" my life bit for bit. The price is pretty inexpensive with just about 1 buck per month so that's fine for me.

I haven't found a suitable mail client on the desktop for me yet. Every one that I tried wasn't to my liking. So I'll be using the Zoho Mail webclient for the time being.

On my Android device I'm using K-9 Mail and I'm pretty happy with it so far.

This post is day 2 of the #100DaysToOffload challenge. You can find other posts of the challenge here.
You can read more about the challenge at https://100daystooffload.com.

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