We are very excited to announce our new and updated lower pricing on our business class POP3 service!
Take advantage of No-IP’s advanced spam and virus filtering and over 25 x the space.
The new pricing structure for POP3 is as follows:
- 100MB of Storage 1 Mailbox $19.95 per year
- 1000MB of Storage 5 Mailboxes $39.95 per year
- 2000MB of Storage 100 Mailboxes $59.95 per year
- 2000MB of Storage 500 Mailboes $129.95 per year
Additional storage for just $19.95 per GB.
All current users have been update to the current pricing structure base on current storage and mailbox usage. We hope you enjoy the extra space and welcome your comments.
For more information visit our POP3 Mail Service product page.
Long time no post, but we are still alive over here.. Enough with the excuses, here is some news that everyone should like: We’ve LOWERED our pricing on our Mail Forwarding service!
Mail Forwarding Pricing is as follows per domain:
- 5 Mail Forwards: $9.95
- 100 Mail Forwards $19.95
- Unlimited Forwards: $34.95
Mail forwarding is a great complement to our Managed, Free and Enhanced DNS services. Take the hassle out of running your own mail server!
Existing forwarding users that had more than 5 forwards before the price change now get 100 and will renew at the lower price.
Visit our services page for more information.
We hope you enjoy the new mail forwarding pricing!
Well, the beef is in the form of some recent database upgrades!!
Today we put into production additional database servers with faster disks, beefier processors, and many gigs o’ram.
Let us know how the site feels. Faster we hope!
In effort to expand our infrastructure and provide even better service to our customers there has been an ip address change to two of our nameservers: ns3.no-ip.com and ns4.no-ip.com.
The IP address change for NS3 and NS4 are:
These changes primarily effect our No-IP Squared customers, however for any Managed DNS customers who are using vanity nameserver names this may effect you as well.
The old address will continue to provide resolution while customers migrate to the new address. We will be disabling the old address on April 8, 2008.
This is part of our planned network upgrade at our Oakland and Chicago data centers.
Have questions regarding the change? Contact our support team now.
No-IP is proud to announce our support for the new OpenDNS service known as Dnsomatic. Dnsomatic provides a free and easy way for developers and hardware vendors to integrate DDNS into their products. The services provides DNS updates to No-IP and the OpenDNS service from a scalable and standardized API. Developers will be able to write their code to work with one consistent API and be able to support several of the top service providers. As Dnsomatic gains more popularity we will be integrating it tighter into our system.
Find out more here!