Email server

May 29, 2018 5:45AM PDT

hello i have a qnap ts-569 pro, is it possible to make a private email server on that so i can have my own email domain name

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Nothing seems to write it does this.
May 29, 2018 7:18AM PDT

I see it can email alerts but that's not an indication it can be an email server.

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Re: email domain name
May 29, 2018 9:05AM PDT

You can perfectly host your own e-mail domain at any ISP that offers such.

i pay 18 euro's a year for it, with pop3 mail and webmail and a quite large number of boxes and aliases. Running my own server would be less safe (I'm not a professional hoster) and more expensive (costs of electricity and depreciation of hardware).

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