Why I DUMPED Namecheap Private Email Hosting | Switching to G Suite

Hosting With Namecheap – Why I DUMPED Namecheap Private Email Hosting | Switching to G Suite


Why I DUMPED Namecheap Private Email Hosting | Switching to G Suite

Hosting With Namecheap

After years of loyal use, I dumped Namecheap Private Email hosting and switched to G Suite. Here’s why.

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19 thoughts on “Hosting With Namecheap – Why I DUMPED Namecheap Private Email Hosting | Switching to G Suite

  1. I came up with 2 solutions: blocking desktop clients completely or add the 2FA code, or whatever it is called, at the end of the password. For my 2nd solution, the password needs to be entered each time emails are downloaded to the machine.
    edit 2 seconds later: What are your opinions on my ideas?

  2. Namecheap are fucking thieves, I live in UK and I have never visited namecheap before and I didn't made an account there, somehow they got my card details and took £13 pounds from me TWICE, I do not know how they did it but I saw black on white NAMECHEAP TOOK MONEY FROM MY ACCOUNT

  3. Just out of curioisity, what really justified the adoption of all this security? Did anything really happen to you? I’m just curious to know what really happens in real life to your online stuff.

  4. Google is not FREE. Read carefully the agreement first, they collect all you data including attachments, and sell those to the third party, thus you can't call it "FREE" because it is obviously not.
    If you are not aware of the payment method where participants in a transaction directly exchange goods or services for other goods or services without using a medium of exchange, such as money, here you go https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barter

  5. If i buy domain from namecheap but i redirect my domain to my host somewhere else like a2hosting or siteground, which email hosting will apply to my domain? The one that domain provider is introducing or the one that host provider is offering?

  6. Do you still use Mailbird as your email client? When I followed your Youtube video about Namecheap last year you were saying you went with Mailbird because you liked it better and it's free. It's not free anymore so I was just curious if you went with another client, especially now that you switched to Gsuite. Thanks, I love all your content!!!

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