Mail.baby by interserver

AbdullahAbdullah Hosting ProviderOG
edited October 22 in General

Just found this
https://mail.baby by interserver

The best part is Pay as you Go, $0.2 per 1000 emails send, no per-server charge & outbound mail filtering.

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  • AbdullahAbdullah Hosting ProviderOG

    I have been waiting for the alternative to mailchannels Jarland mentioned about since sometime...any updates @jarland ?

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  • wdmgwdmg Hosting ProviderServices Provider

    Looks like mail.baby is just their own IP subnets they’re warming and falling back to mailchannels.

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  • jarlandjarland Hosting ProviderOG

    @Abdullah said:
    I have been waiting for the alternative to mailchannels Jarland mentioned about since sometime...any updates @jarland ?

    Outlook less optimistic

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  • @Abdullah said: The best part is Pay as you Go, $0.2 per 1000 emails send, no per-server charge & outbound mail filtering.

    Mail baby charges you $1 per month to keep the account active. This is a nominal amount just to make sure every user on our system is actively using our service. Pay for what you use billing model of 20 cents ($.20) for every 1000 emails sent.

    even for a minimum of $1 that affordable, will test them in the future for my little project

  • I’m kicking the tires. So far so good.

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  • BlaZeBlaZe Hosting ProviderOG

    Sorry, I don't promote child labour.

    I let the big bois handle my emails (MXRoute)

    /jk

    Seems nice and pricing is good too though I fear the prices might increase in near future?

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  • edited October 23

    There's also a $1.00/month account 'alive'-ness fee.

    AWS SES is $ 0.1/1000 mails .
    If my math is not completely off, that's 144,000 messages/month where SES is cheaper than their minimums?
    Edit: actually, break-even with SES volume would be further ahead. Not doing the linear algebra now; Anyone can figure it out.

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  • @vimalware said:
    There's also a $1.00/month account 'alive'-ness fee.

    AWS SES is $ 0.1/1000 mails .
    If my math is not completely off, that's 144,000 messages/month where SES is cheaper than their minimums?
    Edit: actually, break-even with SES volume would be further ahead. Not doing the linear algebra now; Anyone can figure it out.

    SES also charges for data transfer, which could potentially be an issue.

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  • edited October 23

    @BlaZe said: Seems nice and pricing is good too though I fear the prices might increase in near future?

    More than possible.

    As someone said on the other forum, the domain name was created on 2020-09-11, so this is a very fresh product, still hot from the oven. They first need to build a customer base.

    Someone else said that they appear to be using MailChannels for all mail at the moment. (I don't know whether this is the case.)

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  • I thought they just used Mailchannel as a fallback.

  • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith AdministratorHosting Provider

    I can afford $30 every 3 years without even having to think about it so I just use mxroute, although full disclosure, I don't yet use mxroute because I have had far more important things to do than switch mail servers over all over the place (I have a lot too update) recently so instead I am an idiot paying mailchimp/mandrilapp $40 /month instead.

    I should set a goal of being on mxroute within 2 weeks.

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  • @angstrom said:

    @BlaZe said: Seems nice and pricing is good too though I fear the prices might increase in near future?

    More than possible.

    As someone said on the other forum, the domain name was created on 2020-09-11, so this is a very fresh product, still hot from the oven. They first need to build a customer base.

    Someone else said that they appear to be using MailChannels for all mail at the moment. (I don't know whether this is the case.)

    Every mail I sent fell back to MailChannels

    @vimalware said:
    There's also a $1.00/month account 'alive'-ness fee.

    AWS SES is $ 0.1/1000 mails .
    If my math is not completely off, that's 144,000 messages/month where SES is cheaper than their minimums?
    Edit: actually, break-even with SES volume would be further ahead. Not doing the linear algebra now; Anyone can figure it out.

    SES changes messege id and return path, which may break some apps. And this seems to be a MailChannels alternative, not SES anyway. Also SES requires you to change the sending domain to amazonses.com or sub.yourdomain.com which some might not like

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  • AbdullahAbdullah Hosting ProviderOG
    edited October 23

    Using mxroute for my daily usage, its good.
    For DA relay, may use mailbaby.

  • @AnthonySmith said:
    I can afford $30 every 3 years without even having to think about it so I just use mxroute, although full disclosure, I don't yet use mxroute because I have had far more important things to do than switch mail servers over all over the place (I have a lot too update) recently so instead I am an idiot paying mailchimp/mandrilapp $40 /month instead.

    I should set a goal of being on mxroute within 2 weeks.

    So, any update on your 2 week goal??? ;)

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  • Any updates anyone? I am having issues with it right now :-/

  • edited November 24

    @aaronstuder said:
    Any updates anyone? I am having issues with it right now :-/

    I remember a post a few days back that he switched over.

    edit: found it https://talk.lowendspirit.com/discussion/2075/took-a-while-but-les-emails-are-now-served-by-mxroute

  • edited 3:31AM

    So mail.baby's backend is served by Nanny is MailChannels?

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