Can you split domain hosting and email?

When you have decided that you want to own your website, you will probably need to start having a domain name and hosting as well. There are many companies to choose from, and it can be difficult to determine which of them to choose.

Searching for a partner who hosts both websites and emails may seem normal, but you will sometimes find it’s not the best way to do so. Although it can sound like a great deal to pack, you face quite a bit more risk.

Usually, storing your email outside your web hosting account gives you a lot of extra space, automatic backups, shared calendars, and file storage (sometimes up to 50 GB). It depends upon the company of your email server.

Having your email and hosting separate will prevent the none working of one from impacting the other. The agony of getting no email for hours can be spared by breaking your email into its own server.


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