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    • taruhanbolanation

      haha, i prefered used google apps. because easy take 🙂

    • Prasad

      Nice article pradeep, Let me try free custom emails.

    • rakesh kumar

      Dear I am little bit confused, I have my own domain name and email address on that domain name, Why should i choose outlook or gmail for such email addresses. Could you explain me.

      Rakesh kumar

      • Sai Krishna

        Dear Rakesh kumar, Gmail or Outlook gives you more options and beautiful workspot if you compared with custom mail software’s which given by your host. And with using Gmail, you are able to use Gtalk also.

    • Gadgetbowl

      Very nice article. Thanks. This should basically become every future or present blogger’s checklist for success. If you obey these rules, the success in the blogosphere is nearly guaranteed.

    • Itti

      Yeah! A custom email address can affect much on our online business brand. Nice share HBB. 🙂

    • Clabbe

      Thanks for a great article.
      I currently have several blogs up and running sadly to say with gmail addresses as contacts as I have never really got into how my hosting provider sets up the free mails.

      At least now i can set it up with Gmail.. 🙂

    • Sagar Rai

      Oh I missed Google service then. I have Outlook 2013 installed for my customer domain and I would be happy enough to have it on Google as well. Opening Custom Email account from office system is sometimes a heck…

    • Ram Shengale

      Hey Pradeep this is cool. I always preach this thing of having custom email address to my fellows and now I see the post on your blog. Man why didn’t I think about writing something similar on my blog.

      Still great info dude.


    • Sanved

      Liked the article, will look forward to do this !

    • Nesin

      We can also Setup Email Forwarding in our cPanel 🙂

    • Gautham Nekkanti

      Custom emails are absolutely necessary for branding and to look more organized and professional. Google apps is a great application for redirection and other tasks.

    • Karthik

      Hey, you can still do it with google apps for free. Check it out here

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