Our business email helps you stay on customers' minds with an email address that matches your domain and promotes your businesses with every message you send. You can read, reply and store your email using your favorite email client, like Microsoft Outlook or Apple Mail. You can even access your mail on the go from your iPhone® or Android®
Rest easy knowing we offer 99.9% availability and expert 24/7 support, plus 256-bit encryption and strong virus, spam, and fraud protection to keep your inbox clean and safe.
For more information, see Email product support page.
The free email services are great for your personal need, but I know I’m not the only one who doubts the professionalism of people using one of the free email services for business purposes. Paying for a hosted email account is easier and cheaper than you think, especially when you consider the increased credibility, branding opportunities, and other benefits they provide.
In business, perception is very important. When your first contact with new or potential customers is via email, email@example.com definitely looks more professional than firstname.lastname@example.org. Having your email routed through your own domain makes your company seems more established and will make customers more comfortable dealing with you. A professional email address with your business name will also likely help increase business.
2. Build Trust
When a customer sees your professional email address, they can easily look up your company and website to find more information. This makes you more legitimate and engenders greater trust in prospective customers or collaborators.
3. Be Remembered
When you correspond with a customer or prospect by business email, they’ll know exactly how to find your business online because it’s in your email address. The same is true if someone forwards one of your emails. Your online business address is right there for those leads to follow.
4. Privacy & Compliance
Depending on the nature of your business, privacy may become an issue. Many public email services are susceptible to hacking, potentially exposing your confidential business information and possibly other secure information to hackers and thieves.
Some businesses may also have compliance issues to be concerned about. In Australia, anyone storing financial or federal data is required to host that data within the country. If you’re sending your email through Hotmail or some equivalent, then you’re technically in breach of that law. The same applies for to kinds of contracts, especially with any kind of legal or government work. Having your own hosted domain ensures you can choose where your email data is stored and head off any compliance issues before they arise.
5. Email Addresses by Department
Separate your incoming email by its purpose by having department email addresses. Even if you’re a one-person shop, having addresses like email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com can help you compartmentalize your incoming email and even make you look like a bigger company that you might actually be.
Yes, you can use our email when your domain name is hosted by another company, but you must point your MX records to us. MX records are located in your DNS zone file and direct email messages that are sent to your domain name to your email provider.
You can send and receive emails using any desktop-based email client such as Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Mozilla Thunderbird, Eudora, Entourage 2004, Windows Mail, etc. We also have a guide on how you can configure different email clients to send/receive emails. The Business Mail product supports the POP, IMAP, and MAPI protocols.
For messages, users can set up an account within Outlook using either IMAP or POP3. For step by step information about configuring Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 to work with Business Mail with SSL enabled, please Click Here
It's easy! Simply go to https://mail.yourdomainname.com, Once on the login page, you would need to login with your email address and the corresponding password.
Our fluidic webmail is compatible with all major Operating systems such as iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian, and Blackberry. You will be able to access your email from any Smartphone or Tablet.
Our Business Mail and Enterprise Mail package comes with a storage space of 10GB and 25GB per account respectively.
Absolutely! You can create mailing lists, add/delete users, select a moderator, restrict and ban people from joining a list and much more.
Yes, if you are willing to order more than 20 Mailboxes, then please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Live Chat or via phone at +91 9952 300 300. We will check and see what best bulk discount we can offer by understanding your requirements, but such custom quotes are possible only if you want to order more than 100 Mailboxes.
Although free email services have many benefits, you should not use them to send sensitive information. Because you are not paying for the account, the organization may not have a strong commitment to protecting you from various threats or to offering you the best service. Some of the elements you risk are:
If your login, password, or messages are sent in plain text, they may easily be intercepted. If a service provider offers SSL encryption, you should use it. You can find out whether this is available by looking for a "secure mode" or by replacing the "http:" in the URL with "https:"
Reliability - Although you may be able to access your account from any computer, you need to make sure that the account is going to be available when you want to access it. Familiarize yourself with the service provider's terms of service so that you know exactly what they have committed to providing you. For example, if the service ends or your account disappears, can you retrieve your messages? Does the service provider give you the ability to download messages that you want to archive onto your machine? Also, if you happen to be in a different time zone than the provider, you may find that their server maintenance interferes with your normal email routine.