|Mailstore||Pobox Plus||Pobox Basic|
|Service Type||Webmail / IMAP / POP||Forwarding Only
|Our most popular option||For filter fans||Easy email freedom|
|Forwarding to up to 5 destinations|
|Use your own domain|
|Customized Spam Filters|
|Outgoing SMTP Access|
|World-class Customer Support|
|Forwarding By Address|
|Mobile & Pager Notification|
|IMAP & POP Access|
|50 GB of Storage|
|Pobox Addresses||up to 6||up to 6||up to 3|
(Personal Domains + Pobox)
|up to 100||up to 40||up to 20|
|Account Volume Limits
|Account Bandwidth Limits
Own your own domain? Add it to your Pobox account at no additional charge.
We provide domain registration services for $15/domain annually.
Please see below for more domain services.
All individual Pobox accounts can pay for 5 years, and get the sixth one for free.
Volume limits are based on deliveries, which is the amount of mail coming in + the amount we send out. So, inbound spam we filter for you counts as 1 message. If you forward legitimate mail to multiple addresses, it counts as the number of addresses we deliver it to.
For example, an account gets 10 messages, 6 of which we filter as spam. They forward to 3 addresses (Mailstore, Gmail and Comcast.) Those 10 messages would count as
6 spam + (4 delivered * 3 locations) = 18 deliveries.
Specify addresses This is great if you use a smaller number of addresses regularly, or like to maximize control over your setup.
AllMail ($10/year): AllMail accepts messages for any address at your domain. You can set up exceptions, which we will reject.
Using a Pobox Plus or Mailstore account lets you share your account with low-activity users for forwarding. Set up Delivery Groups, which forward mail for a particular address to the user's ISP.
For users who need their own mailboxes, or access to change their forwarding settings, you need multiple accounts. See the group information below for more details.
Personal domains can be added to any account. If you would like to register a new domain or move your registration to Pobox, the cost is $15/year. Otherwise, there is no charge for the domain itself, only the accounts that using it (or AllM ail.) If multiple users should use the domain, the domain should be added to the account that controls access to the domain.