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How Do I Setup My-Own-Domain Email Now That I've Farted My Web-Host or My Internet Service Provider?

Updated on December 8, 2011

Saving Money By Ditching Paid Services...

Having your own domain for your email is good for your business but you've got to host or configure it somewhere. Most common are Web-Hosting Provider and your Internet Service Provider. Their servers will handle all your email needs to make sure all incoming mails go to your In-box online whether configured via web-mail or to your computer. But the service also comes with a price tag. Almost nothing is free nowadays.

The good news is, there are still companies out there who will provide such service to you for free.

After ditching your Web-Hosting Provider or Internet Service Provider where your custom domain email is configured, you probably want to keep your happiness level up by not having to subscribe to another paid service to host your custom domain email.

Google Apps

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Introducing Google Apps...

Google Apps helps businesses work smarter.

Proven cost savings. Google's web-based messaging and collaboration apps require no hardware or software and need minimal administration, creating tremendous time and cost savings for businesses. End users can use the familiar Microsoft Outlook interface for email, contacts and calendar as they transition to Gmail and Google Calendar.

50 times more storage than the industry average. Each employee gets 25 GB for email storage, so they can keep important messages and find them instantly with built-in Google search. Gmail is designed so employees can spend less time managing their in-boxes, and more time being productive. Time-saving features like message threading, message labels, fast message search and powerful spam filtering help employees work efficiently with high volumes of email.

99.9% up-time reliability guarantee with synchronous replication. Google guarantees that Google Apps will be available at least 99.9% of the time, so your employees are more productive and so you can worry less about system downtime.

Free Google Apps

Get started with Google Apps for free

Create up to 50 custom user accounts per organization.

Comes with Messaging apps Gmail and get custom email like hikingfan@your-domain.com and Google Calendar to organize your schedule and share events with friends.

And Collaboration apps Google Docs to share online documents, presentations, and spreadsheets and Google Sites to create websites and group wikis.

More Google applications like Google Reader, Blogger, Picasa Web Albums, AdWords and more ...

Visit Google Apps (Free)

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    • monk3ybidzness profile imageAUTHOR

      monk3ybidzness 

      7 years ago from Antartica

      I use the email and calendar part only, for websites, I go with Kajabi or Wordpress too :)

    • ChuckHuckaby profile image

      ChuckHuckaby 

      7 years ago from USA

      I like Google tools like docs an gmail, but don't care for their webhosting. I personally prefer a webhost that allows me to run PHP an wordpress. There are a few free ones without ads that allow that an are fairly reliable.

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