Create a Business Email Address

Build your brand with professional email

Professional email that means business

Turn your name into a brand they won’t forget with a business email address.

Promote your name not someone else's

Creating a business email address that matches your business name will boost your brand by making it easier for your customers to remember you. Customers are also more likely to open emails that come from professional email addresses rather than from free providers like gmail or hotmail. You can also create extra addresses for different parts of your business, like [email protected] or [email protected]

Professional Email Address

FAQ

The advantage of creating a business email is that it can be customized both before and after the @ sign, i.e., you can choose your own email name and domain name. This gives you the freedom to create a unique professional email, such as [email protected] What’s more, you also have the option to forward emails from your old email address to the new one, and vice versa, making the transition smooth and easy. Email clients like Microsoft Outlook and Thunderbird help you to work even more effectively by managing your mails, appointments and contacts across all your devices.

Smartphones usually already have a pre-installed email client that can be easily connected to your business email address. Alternatively, you can use your preferred browser-based email client. In both cases the app needs to support IMAP accounts in order to work with your email address. Our Help Center provides a step-by-step guide for setting up your email address on an android or iOS smartphone.

With your own domain you can not only create a personalized address for each employee, but you can also create an info email address. Customers can ask for help or send questions to the company using this address without having to address a specific contact person. This address can often be found in a website’s “Contact” section so anyone looking for the info email address will often check that section first.