[talk] Hosting Recommendations - email/web

assaf Assafr at protonmail.com
Mon May 7 12:52:56 EDT 2018

I would add to the chorus of approval for fastmail as well. Excellent and reliable service. Used them for many years. I put in a request with my current provider, protonmail to see what they could offer you as a non profit. As soon as I hear back, ill let you know.


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On May 6, 2018, 9:17 PM, Charles Sprickman wrote:

> Hi all,
> In my capacity as a volunteer/director at a political group out here in NJ, I’m trying to work on getting us setup with something better than what’s in place right now (a random Endurance Group hoster).
> Cost is a huge concern (non-profit).
> We have about 100 mailboxes.
> We have one main site that sees most of the traffic and about 30 that see very little traffic. All are WordPress and that’s not changing anytime soon.
> So… decent standalone email, plus hosting that’s optimized for WP (ie: nginx/php-fpm/varnish plus some basic security protections against foot-shooting not possible in most shared hosting setups). I’m also open to doing the hosting on a VPS somewhere and just dealing with maintaining it myself as part of my volunteer time for the org. I’m not at all open to self-hosting email for lots of reasons…
> Who are your go-to hosting firms? Not high-end stuff, stuff you’d recommend to a friend with a small business or similar. And since we’re a progressive organization, we’d likely be avoiding any firms that clash with our values.
> I got an awesome recommendation for server hardware here not too long ago, figure you guys must have favorites in this field (unless you’re all just DIY I guess…).
> Thanks,
> Charles
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