@jack I’m still blaming the beer, and maybe the curiosity to find out how things worked when adding the domain to HEY, but your solution is what I should have done 🤣🤣 I think I’ll never be able to ditch FastMail, the price is really affordable, and things worked just fine. But I had to tinker, right?
@pimoore I'm planning to continue forwarding from Fastmail to HEY and using my @baty.net address for everything. I've no plans for the @hey.com address but it's there if I find a use for it, I suppose. This has been smooth ever since they added the ability to SMTP forward from my baty.net address right from HEY.
@maique I'm not sure which is the best route, honestly. I'll be watching HEY for Domains features over the coming months. Who knows, they might add something I can't live without :). The biggest thing that made me stick with Fastmail too is that my wife isn't interested in "learning a whole new email thingy" and it's also much cheaper adding her to Fastmail than to HEY. So for now, it's both.
@manton @maique @Ron @jack @ohBananaJoe @hjertnes @pimoore @Burk interesting conversation. I have tried Hey but decided to stick with FastMail for another year. I did, however, subscribe to SimpleLogin.Io with custom domains that forwards to FastMail. What makes this great is that you can send from the aliases you create on the fly while hiding your FastMail email address.