I want an improved email system. Suggestions desired Things that cost $$ will be considered. There are three details that bug me currently: * iOS mail to use my actual email address for outgoing, rather than the gmail address * mobile devices to see emails sent from the desktop * cloud storage, so all email is searchable from any device I have a domain name and personal email: firstname.lastname@example.org I route all email (via domain registrar) to my gmail account: email@example.com Apple Mail and iOS Mail are config'd to get / send email by IMAP through the Gmail account. Because of this, the iPhone and iPad send / reply email as if from my gmail account, not my actual domain name. There's Google's IMAP weirdness, so folders or flags or whatever don't map correctly to Apple Mail. And emails sent from Apple Mail on OS X can't be found on the server by mobile devices. Switching to iCloud would seem to only make things worse. My wife uses it, and there's no "cloud" storage of email. It's all downloaded to the computer and deleted from the online service. What she has on her mobile device is just the last 200 or so messages it captured. There's ability to emails not actually on the iPhone. And there's no archive of email in iCloud. It's all on the desktop. I think this is madness...but seemingly is what Apple provides? Sam Posten has mentioned Google Pro before, to possible fix my domain-name problem. I'm out of my depth and short on research time at the moment. Hoping the HTF BrainTrust can point me in the right direction.