A lot of us manage multiple email accounts, and I personally like routing everything to one place so I don’t have to bounce between different providers or tabs all day long. This is a list of the best solutions for an email forwarding service.
1. Forward Email
Feeling adventurous? Check out Forward Email. It’s a free, encrypted, and completely open-source solution. No logs or emails are stored. The code is open to the public on Github (fully transparent) so you don’t have to worry about any secret data collection happening!
Forward Email is pretty simple to set up, you just add a few DNS records and you’re done. As of October 2018, you can even “Send Mail As” using Gmail. The developer of the project is also very active. 👍
If you use a transactional email service provider such as Mailgun, they also have the ability to set up mail forwarding and routing rules. This is a great solution and can be set up relatively easily.
Pobox is by far my favorite premium email forwarding service. $34 a year and you can create as many aliases as you want on all of your domains and then forward the emails to your primary Google email account.
ForwardMX is a great cheap solution. For example, perhaps you don’t have that many domains but still need more functionality than other free tools. ForwardMX has great smaller plans, starting at $9/year for 5 domains.
ImprovMX is 100% free and great for smaller projects. Simply point your MX records and forwarding everything from one domain to any email address you want.
Any other good email forwarding services that we missed? Feel free to mention them below.
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