How To Have Your Own Email Domain Through Gmail

I’m sure that most (if not all) of you have heard of Gmail – if you haven’t then you must have been living under a rock for the last decade. Just in case though, Gmail is a fantastic, free email system that is provided by Google. Patronisation over, some of you may not know that Google also offer a paid for version of Gmail that allows you to have a much larger mailbox (25GB instead of 10GB), premium telephone/ticketing support and also a host of other things like calendars, contact sharing and a range of ‘apps’ that you can add to your service like CRM tools. If you’re familiar with Office 365, this is Googles answer to it (even though Google Apps came first). A Google Apps premium mailbox is £3.30/month or £33/year per mailbox.

Even fewer of you may know that there is also a free version available of Google Apps. You get the standard 10GB mailbox and no telephone or ticketing support – everything else is there though. You can use your own domain name and you get 10 mailboxes for free! I’ve been using Google Apps free edition for a long time, they used to offer 50 free mailboxes but soon reduced it to 10 – so I get 50 mailboxes.

I have my personal, & (amongst other domains) all in one place for absolutely nothing. It’s a fantastic, powerful service that has a lot to offer anyone looking to have professional looking email address for only the cost of a yearly domain subscription.

Webmail Login for Google Apps

You can find more information about Google Apps on their website. I also know Google Apps extremely well, so if need help talk to me and I’ll try to help where I can.

How To Have Your Own Email Domain Through Gmail
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