Zoho Mail vs Yandex Mail
#21
That's odd about the delay in recognizing the domain. I only have had issues with yandex being slow with recognizing my authorization CNAME, but I've been using common public nameservers like he.net and ns.cloudflare.com.
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#22
(2016-08-19, 3:06:16 pm)Scáth Wrote:  That's odd about the delay in recognizing the domain. I only have had issues with yandex being slow with recognizing my authorization CNAME, but I've been using common public nameservers like he.net and ns.cloudflare.com.

Think you've hit the nail with Yandex.  I'm sure if I'd signed up for Yandex name servers that are offered during signup for the mail domain it would have been recognized instantly. I may try the Yandex name servers just for testing them in a next VPS, but I didn't want to fiddle with my existing VestaCP name servers. I'm using my own domain servers that I created at Namecheap.
#23
(2016-08-19, 12:56:35 pm)deanhills Wrote:  Yesterday I spent a few hours with setting up a new VPS with VestaCP with Zoho or Yandex.  I say Zoho or Yandex, as I basically started with both at the same time.  I already had a Zoho free account, and then since I'm new to Yandex, opened a Yandex account.  Like it's interesting how similar both are at that point.  Next both of them wanted me to verify my domain.  Here there was a HUGE difference on  the PLUS side of Zoho in terms of speed.  Like with Zoho it instantly recognized my domain, and then when I verified it, it was instantly verified.  With Yandex there was a delay, like about 30 minutes, both in recognizing my domain and then after it recognized it there was another delay for verification.  I then continued with Zoho of course for now since one can only work with one set of MX Records at a time.   My next VPS I will try Yandex with VestaCP for a better comparison.  For now I just have good things to say about Zoho.  Like everything worked instantly.  All the e-mail accounts I created worked immediately.  Only hickup was when I had to create MX Records in VestaCP, but that was because of a known VestaCP bug that had nothing to do with Zoho Mail.

I can say that even when using cloudflare dns it is slow. It actually took me 1-2 days to finish setup of my main domain. (Was waiting for "Domain Connected" status)
Also Mail import is so freaking slow. It takes 1-2 days to import my mail from zoho. It doesn't have a lot of mail. just around 300-400. (Took me 2 weeks to finally migrate it because things were pretty unclear for me at that time. (I thought yandex appends @domain.name))
#24
I prefer zoho because it was the first service I used for such purpose. They are very similar and offer almost the same resources. I think it's rather a personal choice.
#25
Zoho. It's a professional service with extremely clean IPs and very little deliverability or related problems.
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#26
Sadly if you don't want to pay it's really hard to find a good service that allows you to eliminate the hassle of configuring your own mailserver because often your email can be marked as spam.
This is why I decided to configure my own mailserver and I have it whitelisted in all blacklists and I respected every rule defined to demonstrate that the emails sent by a certain mailserver are not spam and everything works like a charm and I also have complete control on everything.
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#27
Zoho is really clutter-free and professional. Never had any issues with it and would fully recommend.
#28
never used these emails for permanently but used yandex email for some days and it appears to be safe and fast
#29
Yandex Mail is better then ZOHO , well you already heard about its tech so i will share my experiance.
use yandex its not google but better then zoho no complain.
#30
(2016-09-02, 12:53:55 am)tukai Wrote:  Yandex Mail is better then ZOHO , well you already heard about its tech so i will share my experiance.
use yandex its not google but better then zoho no complain.

How is Yandex Mail better than Zoho Tukai?  Am curious to know how you came to your conclusion and on which features and functions you compared Yandex and Zoho. I get the feeling that Yandex and Zoho are focused on two different user groups.  Like Zoho is more designed for business users and is providing a great free service with that in mind.  Yandex is more designed for bulk marketing users.  I tried to set up with both (haven't tried Yandex yet), and my easier experience with set-up with the quickest turnaround was Zoho.  Yandex took a long time to respond when I tried to set up with it.




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