First Google brought us Gmail – which gave everyone gigabytes of storage and prompted Yahoo, Hotmail and MSN to increase their storage options and make better interfaces. NOW Google is taking things up a notch and offering to host emails using a domain name.
I use Gmail for my own email but route all email to Smallbiztechnology.com through Gmail. For those who don’t have a domain name, they must have email@example.com – which does not look professional at all.
Cnet writes Google has launched a beta for hosted e-mail accounts that feature the user’s domain instead of gmail.com.
The hosted-Gmail beta, which is going head-to-head with a similar beta that Microsoft launched in November, is offering 2GB of storage, e-mail search tools and a control panel to manage user accounts, aliases and mailing lists, as part of its test version.
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