Suppose a mail service company(for example, yahoo,, gmail, Yandex and others) closes(goes bankrupt, is bought out).

What will happen to the user mailbox?
Does this mean that he can no longer use his mailbox?

4 Answers 4

if someone does not outbid the company and turn off the server, it means that they will sink into oblivion.But who in their right mind would do that?
If the person who bought this company has no intention to provide further services, he will simply turn off the server :) especially if it is a free mailer, where nobody is obliged to anyone at all.
  • That is, users will lose access to their mailboxes? – Famous Fox Jan 6 '17 at 00:54
  • Famous Fox: Of course. And there will be nothing to show the new owner :) – Gifted9 Jan 6 '17 at 22:40
  • Gifted9: why show something? – Famous Fox Jan 8 '17 at 14:21
  • Famous Fox: Well, suddenly this fact will not please someone. – Gifted9 Jan 9 '17 at 05:16
when this happens, those letters will not be needed.
  • why? – Famous Fox Jan 6 '17 at 00:54
  • Famous Fox Because if such companies are closed, it may make sense to buy cartridges, matches and canned goods, and not think about email – Open88 Oct 13 '17 at 06:46
That's why in order not to risk buying a domain, connect Yandex-mail for the domain.From the registrar, send the DNS domain to Yandex DNS and then do not worry if Yandex closes.- you can at any time park your domain to any hosting and renew your mailbox.
P.S.Yes, and yet you should not be paranoid anymore.than me )))