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Any idea how to get one like unlimited storage business email address with a lifetime hosting plan?

JosiahMaybe

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Okay so I am considering a lifetime hosting plan because it is cheaper. Like my only problem is how to get unlimited storage at any business email. I know there is AOL and others but I need a business email, one attached to a domain, which may or may not be entirely mine. Maybe a way to download all like my mail to like my computer and start anew with storage would also work. Like my problem is, I would prefer larger than like 10GB business email and that is standard lifetime size.

In case you need specs on what lifetime hosting I would use, unlimited storage, unlimited inodes, unlimited databases, unlimited bandwidth, everything needed to host. I have already contacted like all lifetime hosting providers now, still waiting on some, but still, how may I do this? If it has like cPanel is there not a backup option normally and if so, what can I backup or just load to to start anew? I am trying for less than $3 a month because what I would be replacing, asurahosting.com, has $4 a month or less pricing. If there is no way to get this cheap or free, okay. I also found HostM lifetime web host is like that but I would need to back up and I do not want to need to do that like myself.

Any idea if having a forwarder would work like a business email but unlimited storage is at AOL or something? Would any type of transfer allow me like unlimited storage? I would also have a VPS with CORS for unlimited email sending per time, so emails per time is no object, unless it is like absurd like 1 a day. In case it helps I would need this business email for paddle.com and it accepts any email attached to a domain other than some common providers. I have also heard email transfer from providers is possible with cPanel so could I maybe make an old data email address? I know how to back up with HostM, it is basically like downloading a file, but really, that could get bigger than like my computer has to offer. Unless I find something better, HostM, but I do not like that should create like my own backups part.

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Lifetime hosting does not mean your lifetime, but a lifetime of the company you are paying for. And that can be either long, short or very short. Only one thing is for sure, there is no refunds after that lifetime.
Okay so I am considering a lifetime hosting plan because it is cheaper. Like my only problem is how to get unlimited storage at any business email. I know there is AOL and others but I need a business email, one attached to a domain, which may or may not be entirely mine. Maybe a way to download all like my mail to like my computer and start anew with storage would also work. Like my problem is, I would prefer larger than like 10GB business email and that is standard lifetime size.

In case you need specs on what lifetime hosting I would use, unlimited storage, unlimited inodes, unlimited databases, unlimited bandwidth, everything needed to host. I have already contacted like all lifetime hosting providers now, still waiting on some, but still, how may I do this? If it has like cPanel is there not a backup option normally and if so, what can I backup or just load to to start anew? I am trying for less than $3 a month because what I would be replacing, asurahosting.com, has $4 a month or less pricing. If there is no way to get this cheap or free, okay. I also found HostM lifetime web host is like that but I would need to back up and I do not want to need to do that like myself.

Any idea if having a forwarder would work like a business email but unlimited storage is at AOL or something? Would any type of transfer allow me like unlimited storage? I would also have a VPS with CORS for unlimited email sending per time, so emails per time is no object, unless it is like absurd like 1 a day. In case it helps I would need this business email for paddle.com and it accepts any email attached to a domain other than some common providers. I have also heard email transfer from providers is possible with cPanel so could I maybe make an old data email address? I know how to back up with HostM, it is basically like downloading a file, but really, that could get bigger than like my computer has to offer. Unless I find something better, HostM, but I do not like that should create like my own backups part.

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I hate to disappoint you again, my friend, but "unlimited everything" comes at a top tier cost. If you can post the pricing page to all the hosting services you have looked into, we can discuss them in detail here, but as I have previously mentioned in some of your earlier posts, if you are really looking for truly unlimited and basically near free... might want to look into self hosting on your own machine... but the downside to that: you will be exposing your own network to critical security vulnerabilities, unless you truly know how to be vigilant and actually know how yo keep those at a minimum.
 
$200 life
$300 life $7 year
₦120,000 ($153) life
Those are only three I found that really meet all like my needs.
iBrave.io
That has shrimpy databases so I can't use it.
That is what I would be using and seeing if I can replace by a lifetime hosting. All those are pricing pages including iBrave.io. Only problem with HostM is backup, they have their own but they almost demand like my own.

For unlimited emails pee time I would be using zap-hosting.com lifetime VPS and that thing I do not need help with.
Their pricing, I would use sucuri.com($199 year) and CyberPanel(Free) with Ubuntu 20.04 with that. That is significantly cheaper than any other VPS with unlimited emails per time I can find. Based on available information I think I should stick with asurahosting.com unless something better comes up. I do not want to have to backup like myself. For once lifetime may not be a better option.

Assume I am going with like unlimited everything package. Like my requirements also included unlimited size of each database.

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I should mention I am looking into Eurobia and Naija currently for features. I am also in general contacting some about features and if one comes back success, then maybe that one, but those were like my main ones, but I may post more later tomorrow. Thanks for trying to help. X E.
 
$279
That I am also considering. With many hosting providers like this, one must be like good seemingly but all require domain registration. X E.
Yeeees, any host service you use, will require you to have domain registration if you want to claim that particular domain. Otherwise, you are going to get a temporary subdomain from the host... For example, I have used .NET and PHP Cloud Hosting | GearHost to host client sites, as well as my own personal site. Back then, since I didn't have a registered domain to claim as my own, I was given the subdomain "mysite.gear.host". This was destroyed after I stopped using the service. So, yeah...
 
elitecloudhost.com
eurobia.co.uk
In sum, what I am looking into, and yes every hosting provider does require a domain. It is still marginally cheaper for like my lifetime, especially if I get a cheap domain like .us.

An interesting domain registrar with that.

With asurahosting.com I get domain included in hosting and can get 40% off regular $4.99 a month with three years. That is like best deal I found thus far and it includes all I like want except unlimited emails per time. So far either a VPS like zap-hosting.com or a shared hosting like hostM can allow that. Anyway, just looking into like my deals and you may delete this if you want as I can just ask providers. I am still curious how to use like unlimited database with finite per each like one bigger database and how to like save like my old emails for later and thus have like unlimited but limited email space. One of these things seems like it should be true advertising.

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I do not see any reasons too buy lifetime hosting for quite big money because:
  • It is not clear how long hosting company will exists, probably 2-5 years and then business closed and you can't return any cent you paid.
  • Hosting owner died after 1 month you paid - no one can support hosting and as result it is closed. Although it can be considered as lifetime hosting :)))
  • Internet can be changed due to evolution, for example AI-based browsers which provides you all the information you need.

I think it is much better to focus on cheap yearly plans:
$35 per year - Hosting Packages
$37 per year with domain name and also can buy for 10 years - Website Hosting - All our offers | Netim
 

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