We offer accounts with unlimited quota and have several clients who use more than 50 GB in one account. Which is great, as we charge for storage in increments at a suitable multiple of Amazon S3 rates.
A number of clilents came to us specifically because they were unable to purchase additional quota from their existing provider at any price, or their in-house Exchange Small Business Server exploded, and their IT provider quoted them a system upgrade in five figures.
Am 10.06.2014 um 20:46 schrieb Steve Perrault HIDDEN@psp101.net>:
> What are my fellow ISP's offering in email space? I'm just doing the default 100Meg/user, but I feel market forces are going to make me increase my user mailboxes.
> We don't back up user email as a rule (except for safety when doing maintenence or hardware changes). Most email clients use IMAP and LMOS by default unless explictly told otherwise. We also offer webmail access. As a result, there's an implication the onus is on us to preserve their email. Increasing the quota will just give users more room to keep email on our server that they should be saving locally.
> - SteveP
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