What is an email alias?
Email hosting companies offer a dedicated platform and numerous advantages to those who need a high tech email solution.
With Email Hosting, you'll be given options for custom configurations, collaboration tools and syncing—services which cannot be found with other web hosting companies or ISP mail.
Most free email accounts come standard with invasive advertisements. Email Hosting is entirely free of advertisements, even when accessed from a web based control panel.
Email Hosting comes with an uptime guarantee. If your Email Host goes offline for any reason, you'll be reimbursed.
Email Hosts offer built-in protection against SPAM and viruses.
Your Email Host will be at your disposal to offer technical support 24/7.
You'll be able to easily and quickly access your email from a web-based control panel, using computer desktop software or your mobile handheld device.
You'll have access to a state-of-the-art web-based control panel which you can use to add or remove email accounts, upgrade services, and oversee each and every email address in your account.
Your emails will be encrypted, hiding important data from prying eyes during transmission.
Your email accounts will be backed up daily for you.
Traditional ISP hosted email accounts or those purchased with a Web Hosting plan often have limitations to how many emails may be sent per hour or limits on attachment sizes. With Email Hosting, you specify what services you require and purchase a plan that will fill those needs.
Who benefits from email hosting?
Email Hosting may be purchased by anyone who needs a reliable email solution.
Individuals: Anyone needing a secure email address with more storage than typical hosting companies allow.
Businesses: Those in need of collaboration tools, a large number of addresses, and the ability to sync across multiple platforms.
Email marketers: Individuals and companies who require the power to operate mass email marketing campaigns.
If you're looking for a rock solid email solution, Email Hosting is the way to go. It is not necessary to sign a long-term hosting contract, but you will be required to have a domain name to take advantage of all that Email Hosting has to offer.
Paying for reliability
How reliable is your email? Has your paid Web Hosting account or company server ever gone offline unexpectedly, leaving you with no way to communicate with others? If you own a website and a domain name you know that when your domain goes offline, so does your email. It's great if you have a backup email address with Gmail or another service, but it can look unprofessional to write clients or coworkers from an address that doesn't match your business domain name.
In Email Hosting, unlike Web Hosting packages, which give users a set amount of space and bandwidth to host a website, Email Hosting focuses only on giving you the most reliable email service on the planet.
Who uses Email Hosting?
Anyone with a domain name can take advantage of Email Hosting. Who typically uses Email Hosting?
People who don't need a website. You may own a domain that matches your last name, but have no interest in having a website or paying more for Web Hosting you'll never use.
Networks and companies. There's only one company website, but thousands of employees using email addresses with corporations, small businesses and networks.
Those sending massive amounts of mail. Companies and individuals who send newsletters or business correspondence often need to send the same letter to thousands of people at one time. Most Web Hosting companies have restrictions on how much outgoing mail can be sent each hour.
People who are focused on reliability. Many who own websites choose to host their email on a different server so that customers and others can reach them in the event of an emergency. Take Web Hosting companies, for example, who very often do not host their email address on the same server as their website or clients. How would they communicate with customers if a web server goes offline?