Domain-based email defined
A domain-based email is an email address that uses a custom domain name rather than a generic email service provider’s domain name. For example, if your company’s website is www.yourcompany.com, you might have an email address like [email protected] rather than [email protected].
Requirements for establishing domain-based email
To set up a domain-based email, you will need to purchase a domain name and set up email hosting with a provider. This can be done through a hosting company or a service like Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite). Once you have set up email hosting, you can create custom email addresses using your domain name for yourself and your employees.
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A few benefits of domain-based email
Using a domain-based email has a number of benefits. It can help to establish your brand and make your business look more professional. It can also be more convenient for your employees, as they can use a single email address for both personal and business communication. Domain-based emails can also be more secure, as they offer additional protection against spam and phishing attempts.