Business Email

Simple Steps To Setup Email For Your Business!

Domain Name

A business email address normally consists of a name of a person or department followed by the @ sign.

After the @ sign, the rest of the email address would normally be the name of the business ended by a .com, .net or another domain extension.

Before you can setup an email address you need to register a domain name and web hosting. Then you can normally setup any amount of emails @ your domain, provided you have enough space in your hosting account.

Once you have registered your domain name you can login to change your domain name server (DNS) settings to point web traffic to the web address you have received from your hosting company. If you register your domain name and buy your hosting from the same place, you will not need to update the DNS for your domain name.

Hosting

You could save a huge amount on hosting fees by using Lifetime Cpanel hosting. All their plans include unlimited email accounts but each email uses 500MB of your hosting space so chosing the 3GB (cheapest) hosting plan will allow you to setup a maximum of 6 website emails.

If 100 email addresses sounds better then rather look at the Starter Linux Shared Hosting package of website-email.com.

If your business need even more emails the Corporate Hepsia hosting plan with unlimited emails should be your email hosting solution.

If your business needs faster CPanel hosting on Quad Core Xeon E5405s With 8 CPUs the Pro Web Hosting packages with up to 999 email addresses is what you are looking for.

Mail Services

GSuit from Gmail allow companies to set up their emails for all their employees while everyone log into Gmail with their company email. The monthly cost is either $5 or $10 per user. By following a few simple steps anyone can setup their private email account to import their company email address. With this free access it is now much easier to send and receive and manage emails.

A benefit of setting up your own domain name and hosting is that you are in total control of the payments and passwords.

Train your employees to import their business email address into their own Gmail account to make it easier for them to quickly respond to a work email from outside the office.

If you need help registering your domain and hosting, setting up your DNS or business email within GMail, you may request support here