Since the announcement that GoDaddy would be abandoning the GoDaddy email service, many users have been left wondering what is happening. In a blog post, the company explained that they are migrating their customers to the Google Gmail service.
This transition will happen over the next few months, and customers will be able to continue using their current email addresses and passwords.
There have been reports of users not receiving email from GoDaddy, as well as emails being sent to spam folders. Additionally, some users have reported that their accounts have been hacked after using GoDaddy email.
Therefore, we recommend that you exercise caution if using GoDaddy email, and consider alternative options.
While this news is disappointing for many GoDaddy customers, it is not unexpected. The company has been struggling for years, and email was one of their main sources of revenue.
However, email is becoming less and less important, and GoDaddy is no longer the only company that is struggling with this trend. In fact, most companies are struggling to find a way to monetize their email services.
While the GoDaddy email service will no longer be available after March 31, 2019, it is important to remember that there are other email services out there. If you are unhappy with your current email provider, it is always possible to switch to another one.