loredana <llcf...@gmail.com> writes:

> On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at 3:00 PM <to...@tuxteam.de> wrote:
>> [...]
>> Note that what Google calls there "less secure applications" is just
>> marketing mumbo-jumbo to nudge users off their non-browser clients.
> I know. But knowing it, and perhaps blaiming it, is not a solution.
>> Is changing mail provider an option for you?
> Yes, not an easy one, 'though. Image writing to all your contacts,
> human and automatic ones, and convince them to write to a new email
> address.

For exactly that reason, years ago I bought my own domain (no, this
isn't it -- mostly out of inertia, I still post to usenet using my old
NMSU address) and run my own email server.  That way I only had to do it
one last time, and won't need to change again.

> Moreover, is this going to be a solution?
> Which provider would you suggest?

There are multiple providers out there that will work fine.  I'm on
netfirms.com; I'm webmaster for a shotgun club
(mesillavalleyshotgunsports.com) that uses godaddy.com. 

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