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Old 30-12-17, 07:55
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I bought 2 domains recently for my business, and I want business email with them. I've found 2 services that do this for free, which are Zoho and Yandex Mail, could anyone offer me any advise on which would be the best one? Thanks
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Old 30-12-17, 21:55
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Default Re: What email service should I use?

I'm not sure that you'll get an answer to your question here as it refers to business email and this forum is meant to be for home users. Item 10 in the Rules & Guidelines for the Web User Forums states in item 10
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10) While this forum is open to everyone we reserve the right to remove posts seeking assistance that are not from private individuals for personal, domestic computers, etc.
I hope you'll find an answer somewhere though!
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Old 31-12-17, 19:31
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Hi,

I bought 2 domains recently for my business, and I want business email with them. I've found 2 services that do this for free, which are Zoho and Yandex Mail, could anyone offer me any advise on which would be the best one? Thanks
You should be able to forward your mail from your domains to anywhere like Gmail and send as from your domain via Gmail.

Personally if I see Geoff Williams of GW Services on a van ant it states email GeoffWilliams@bt.com I would not patronise. If he is being a cheapskate there, where else is he being a cheapskate?

Now Geoff@gwservices.co.uk is much more professional?, or at least I think so.
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