Owning your own domain seems to be the only *permanent* solution.
My hosting service allows me POP mailboxes, lists and unlimited aliases. I
also have 100mb for a WebSite and a SHELL account.
"David W. Tamkin" wrote:
> SRE wrote about losing one's ISP address,
> | This is a
> | good time to convince people they should be receiving email
> | through a forwarding alias that doesn't die when they switch
> | service providers!
> That's not a guaranteed permanent address either. The forwarding site can
> go out of business or institute policies that make you want to dissociate
> from them. At least, though, if it goes out of business, another usually
> acquires the accounts and the domain name, so the address doesn't shut down
> on you suddenly or hold your mail hostage.