Free email with domain

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  1. SamDam

    SamDam Established Member

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    Hi

    Would you please tell if there is a registrar that provides a free email account included with a domain name registration purchase.

    Thanks
     
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  2. Premiums

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    only email forwarding:
    godady
    name.com
    namecheap
     
  3. thegeekguy

    thegeekguy Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    1&1 gives you one free imap email
     
  4. MapleDots

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  5. SamDam

    SamDam Established Member

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    Thanks @Premiums , @thegeekguy , @MapleDots

    I have a hosting with some company but not stable,

    but what I need exactly is I need to buy a domain name to be for my domains marketplace and need to do outbound marketing from this domain email so,
    I want to buy for example: www.MyDomain.com
    Then I want to create an email with this registrar with this domain to be for example: [email protected]
    Then Use Google gmail interface to send and receive emails from email: [email protected]

    So is there a registrar that give the option to create an email with the domain with hosting? if not
    is there a registrar that give the option to just create an email with the domain without hosting?

    Is hosting space or size for emails should be with the registrar or Gmail ? is better to be with registrar? or have copy in both?

    Thanks
     
  6. frank-germany

    frank-germany Business Member Business Account VIP

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    use hostgator for your purpose its not free
    14 usd / month but will do the job hassle free
     
  7. Furquah

    Furquah Established Member

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    All the hosting site provide this services free of cost.

    First register a domain name, get one cheap hosting, you can buy one from Namecheap.

    After getting Cpanel login credentials, head over to Cpanel, look for Email account.
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    Click on it, create your email.
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    After creating email account click on " Set Up Mail Client" , you will get this info,

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    Now open your Gmail account. Click on setting at top corner & follow this link instruction.

    https://my.bluehost.com/cgi/help/gmail


    That's All
     
  8. UmerK

    UmerK Established Member

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    @AlpNames have that service, I guess. I have some domains with them and I did get an email without any extra charges.
     
  9. MapleDots

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    Be careful with hosted email because when you switch hosts poof its gone and unless you export everything you lose your history. Gmail is still the best option if you are using email for business. I sometimes have to go back years when I have legal issues to resolve. I have not deleted an email in 10 years and my butt has been saved several times by being able to access old emails.

    Hosted email on my own server wa much to big a bother for me.
     
  10. SamDam

    SamDam Established Member

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    Thanks @UmerK , great help,

    Thanks @MapleDots ,

    - So using Google is better more than email hosted server.

    - If I forward my domain name email to Gmail, do received emails go first to my hosting servers , then a copy forward to Gmail, or it's two separate copies go direct from sender to each service (hosting & Gmail), so in case a problem with the hosting servers, will not affect my business smoothly running.

    - If I can use my domain email with free Gmail for only sending and receiving business emails, so no need to pay $5 monthly for G-Suite business package.?

    Thanks
     
  11. MapleDots

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    5 bucks a month gets you google apps, follow my tutorial from my earlier post and you can run multiple company email accounts as [email protected] from one account.

    The mail is never on your hosted server because the settings get changed to the google servers.

    I have done what you are thinking of doing and trust me the day will come when you need to move years of emails to a secure place and it will be a big headache. gmail is becoming THE business go to company for email. gSuite (google apps) offers so much security for so little money and with my little hack you only have to pay for one account. I run two businesses with over 10 email addresses on one gsuite account. Most everyone would pay for 10, with my workaround you only pay for 1.
     
  12. SamDam

    SamDam Established Member

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    Thanks @MapleDots
     
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    domain.com/join/index.bml?AffID=860208
     
  14. Kuffy

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    Don't all registrars provide free email forwarding?

    The host in my sig provides a year of single domain hosting for $12., and of course that includes email accounts. It also includes softaculous, so you can host a ticket enquiry system for no extra cost.

    If you are selling domain names through your own email account, then in my opinion, you need to have at least a basic webpage for buyers to form an opinion of you.
     
  15. SamDam

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    Thanks @Kuffy , but I think the least amount is $18 , anyways ,

    Is there a WordPress theme to have a marketplace for my domains ?
     
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  17. wakguano

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    how bout zoho ? . https://www.zoho.com/mail/

    i think i have an account there ( free email ) ... looks good too

    ... domain is at namesilo
     
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  18. SamDam

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    @wakguano , I was taking about a registrar providing free email account with domain purchase without buying hosting. Thanks
     
  19. wakguano

    wakguano Established Member

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    i think there is none .
     
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