Use Google Apps and Create Website Email ID or Your Own Domain: A Complete Guidance
Follow our guidance and learn how you can create website email ID or a domain by using Google Apps! Discover the steps and learn the process!
In this article, we are going to explain how you can manage email accounts for your own domain by using Google Apps.
Let’s suppose that you’ve started an online business and you’ve developed a website. One of the basic steps at this point is establishing a communication between you and your audience. In order for that to happen, the email is considered as a first solution.
Why Choosing Google Apps?
A huge number of free email accounts are provided along with buying a web hosting plan. However, there are a few reasons you may want to keep the email service from Google.
By hosting and managing your email accounts separately from your site, you add an additional security layer in that if the server gets endangered somehow, your emails are safe. If your website is on a shared hosting, you are facing a risky possibility of getting your domain name blacklisted by Google, if another account is on the same server exploits the email service.
If you want a worry-free price and we are sure you do, $5 per user per month and you will get access to the email service and to additional apps as well – Calendar, Google Drive, and etc. Plus, with the basic package, you will get a standard TLS encryption for your email which is not bad at all.
How to Set Up a Google Apps Account for Your Own Domain
In order to set up a Google Apps account for your own domain you need to follow these steps:
- Set up a Google app account for your domain
- Choose the option – Using my own domain (if you don’t want to use your current domain you need to buy one from Google)
- Enter the desired email ID and choose a password
Once you will get a notification that your account has been created, you will be taken to the administration dashboard where you will be able to add more accounts to the domain and verify that you actually own the domain.
A Final Word
If you decide to use Google apps for managing the emails for your own domain, your email address will look more professional and you will be free from the boring task of organizing emails.
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— Harsh Agrawal (@denharsh) 28 de mayo de 2016