Now that gandi.net has sold its soul to the devil, it might be time to reconsider my decision to entrust them with my domain name. Could I find in 2023 a registrar as good as the late gandi.net (the one I opted for in 2018)?
Start to think and behave reasonably after a period of foolishness or irrationality. Unfortunately, this definition does no apply to gandi.net
As explained in the previous post, gandi.net prices have skyrocketed. As a bonus, gandi.net has also discontinued its free email service. In fact, the latter becomes a paying service with a resulting 646.64 % increase in the price of my expenses (that I would have to suffer if I stayed at gandi.net). What should I do?
From November 30, 2023, the free GandiMail service is reaching the end of its life. We therefore advise you to upgrade to the higher offer of our new email service which will be offered from July 13, 2023. Why should I pay for my mailbox that is supposed to be included? Right!
It all began with only a few pioneers of the free internet, and 20 years later, it became a small but mighty international business with 150 employees spread over three continents; with values that remain unchanged and make Gandi unique and independent on the market. Unchanged! Really?
I have configured my Gandi account to benefit from automatic top-ups via my credit card if my prepaid account is no longer sufficient to honor my invoices. But what if my credit card expires?
Faster domain resolving, enhanced protection against DDoS, improved resilience and redundancy of the service, and easier management of multiple domains. These are the promises of the SiteGround new Centralized DNS, but to benefit from this new DNS service, you first have to update your DNS settings.
Hosting providers can include an email account (i.e. space on a server where email are stored and then retrieved by email programs) as part of their package. In their Email tutorials, SiteGround tries to give answers to all of your questions regarding your email accounts. All, really? I don’t know, I have never checked…
cPanel has made it easier to manage your domains in a single place, that is from your hosting account. What about Site Tools? Apparently, you can
create and manage subdomains and parked domains. Okay, anything else?
So dreaded; still, so desired – if only to be done with it. Seven months after its due date, the long-awaited moment of the migration from the old User Area to the New Client Area was finally here. Would the new interface meet with my expectations?