am unable to create email on godaddy. can’t cheching out the check box as per instructions given at https://fitsmallbusiness.com/free-business-email-address/
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Please provide solution to create free business emails.
Thanks for reading and for your question.
If you want to use Godaddy for your email account you have to pay. The only way to get a free email address that I am aware of is to use Zoho, which I outline how to do in the first section of the article under “How To Get A Free Business Email from Zoho.com”
Hope that helps. If you have any other questions let me know.
i have an hosting account with unlimited plan in godaddy. my friend purchased domain name only in godaddy. so i hosted his domain in my web hosting account but i cant create webmail for that domain.. plz give solution to crate webmail
Thanks for reading and for the comment.
You should double check this with Godaddy support but I think in order to use one of your email accounts with your friend’s domain, that domain will have to be moved into your Godaddy account.
If your friend doesn’t mind you having the domain in your account, the process to move it is simple and outlined in the article below:
Hope that helps. If there are any other questions let me know.
First of all, before you create email account think of your username. Will you use your email as private or professionally? Make sure your username defines your purpose.
Next thing is the domain you are going to use. mail.com lets you choose from over 200 domains! Running a business? You can choose: consultant.com, engineer.com and many more for example. What is your hobby? Make sure to say it loud for example with: artlover.com or bikerider.com. Surely, mail.com’s wide choice of domains will meet your needs.
And of course the password. Keep your email account safe and remember that the length of a password determines its security strength as the time required to crack longer passwords increases exponentially. Therefore, your password should consist of at least 8 characters and contain both capital and lower case lettering, as well as numbers and special characters
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