Business Email Address

by BIBI15
16 replies
Hello folks,

I wan't to create a business email address, so i need your help to decide which company to choose ?
Currently i don't need an email storage bigger than 5GB, and i am the only person who is going to be using this system. That being said, can you suggest any good company which delivers great performance at reasonable price???
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    • Profile picture of the author BIBI15
      Originally Posted by AceOfShirts View Post

      Are you going to be registering a domain name also? Or are you just looking for a free provider like gmail.com?
      I already have a domain, i just want to register a business email. similar to that: contact@mydomain.com
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Originally Posted by BIBI15 View Post

        I already have a domain, i just want to register a business email. similar to that: contact@mydomain.com
        You don't have to "register" an email address under your own domain name. There should be a section within the dashboard at your registrar or web host where you can set up whatever email addresses you need.

        Once set up, you can then link that address to whichever email client you use, or forward to something like gmail.
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  • Profile picture of the author BIBI15
    I have a domain at godaddy and it costs 7$ to register a business email. I found that there are other email providers such as rackspace and zoho were Business emails are cheaper. So it that possible to use one of those services, despite the fact that my domain is registered at godaddy?
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    If you have hosting and a domain which you should then why not just set up something with your domain like contact@yourdomain.com
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    • Profile picture of the author BIBI15
      Originally Posted by EPoltrack77 View Post

      If you have hosting and a domain which you should then why not just set up something with your domain like contact@yourdomain.com
      I understand that, but as i said before if i register a business email inside Godaddy it's more expensive than other alternatives (Such as Rackspace or Zoho). So i wan't to know if it's possible to use one of those services, despite the fact that my domain is registered at godaddy?
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      • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
        Originally Posted by BIBI15 View Post

        I understand that, but as i said before if i register a business email inside Godaddy it's more expensive than other alternatives (Such as Rackspace or Zoho). So i wan't to know if it's possible to use one of those services, despite the fact that my domain is registered at godaddy?
        You don't have to use the service that godaddy offers, you can use any service that you want.You just have to edit the mx record for your domain and point it to the service (mail server) that you choose. Who ever you signup with, will provide you with the mx record details that you will need to use.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    Log into your Cpanel or alternative, and look at the email section.. you don't need Rackspace or Zoho or any other company.

    You're over thinking it.

    Email should already come with whatever hosting account you have.
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  • Profile picture of the author kilgore
    Not to be rude, but this is the sort of question that could have been answered with an hour or two of internet research. Instead, you've waited a full day for assorted answers from a bunch of random strangers on a forum for internet marketing experts, not email experts.

    To be clear, I'm not knocking the posters above or the answers they gave. But there's no telling if their requirements for an email provider are the same as yours, so even if their advice is good advice for someone, it's not necessarily good advice for you.

    Most of all though, I think you need to step up and do some work and research for yourself. If every time you need to purchase a product or service for your business you have to post to a forum you'll never get around to doing the actual work that's going to make you money. Moreover, compared to everything else that's necessary to run a business, choosing an email provider is easy -- and frankly not very important. Your customers aren't going to care a whit whether an email was sent from Zoho, your hosting provider, Google Apps or the Raspberry Pi you set up in your basement.

    There's too much to do and not enough time to do it already; spend your time in a way that's going to actually make you some money.
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  • Profile picture of the author ContentPro22
    You can get a business email address with your domain provider.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Originally Posted by BIBI15 View Post

    I understand that, but as i said before if i register a business email inside Godaddy it's more expensive than other alternatives (Such as Rackspace or Zoho). So i wan't to know if it's possible to use one of those services, despite the fact that my domain is registered at godaddy?
    Since you don't seem to grasp the answer we're all giving you - that you don't need to pay Godaddy to "register" a business email - why not ask Godaddy and/or Rackspace and/or Zoho and/or whoever else you want to waste your money with?

    I'm guessing you went for one of those cheap domain specials Godaddy likes to run. Now you know why they offer those cheap domains - they can then hit you up for bogus add-ons like "business email registration".

    Besides, if $7 a year is that big a deal, you have bigger problems than who provides your email address.
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  • Profile picture of the author megamind22
    You have a domain name which means you should have a web host to host your website so you don't really need to pay another company to register for a business email or use Godaddy if you don't want to.

    You can easily set up as many email as you want with your web host cpanel. If you don't how go to youtube and you'll find lots of video tutorials on how to set up an email address from your web host cpanel.

    Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    Originally Posted by BIBI15 View Post

    Hello folks,

    I wan't to create a business email address, so i need your help to decide which company to choose ?
    Currently i don't need an email storage bigger than 5GB, and i am the only person who is going to be using this system. That being said, can you suggest any good company which delivers great performance at reasonable price???
    You can opt for Google Apps. They are providing business email services with 50 GB storage. Google is a big and renowned brand and you can surely trust them. Pricing is also very affordable.
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  • Profile picture of the author NSNMURTHY
    Hi,

    Check with GODADDY, they will give by FREE.

    or if you take new product they give email for free and then you link to Gmail.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bijay Ghimire
    Is Godaddy just your domain name registrar or your hosting provider as well. From what you said, it looks like they are your registrar. Check the image below as they allow you to create email addresses if you have hosting with them.
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    Now what you need to do is sign up with a hosting provider ( if you haven't) , set up your name servers, and then log into your hosting account's cpanel and create a email address for your domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author simon28
    Just ask godaddy customer support how to create an email address in your cpanel interface. No need to buy anything
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