Zoho Mail suite is a business focused email service with essential administrative controls and features. It provides an excellent and powerful medium for communication between the members of the organization and to the external contacts, yet is simple to use. Zoho Mail is a package of a suite of applications listed below along with Email.
If you are yet to sign up for a Zoho Account, you can get started by choosing one of the plans in the Pricing page.
If you already have a Zoho account, login to www.zoho.com/mail. Click the link 'Enable Mail Hosting' on top of the page, to add a domain and set up an organization account.
You can also add a domain from the Domains section in the Control Panel, if you already have the Control Panel link in the top of the page. In the Control Panel, Click Domains from the left pane to view the domains section.
The domain you add should be the one you already own and have access to the DNS. You will have to verify the ownership of the domain, before proceeding with the other steps to create the custom email accounts (firstname.lastname@example.org). Adding and verifying the domain in Zoho does not affect the existing email service or incoming emails of your domain. You will start receiving emails only after you configure Email Delivery (change MX records) of the domain.
Without access to the DNS Manager of the domain, email hosting cannot be done for the domains/ subdomains. Hence email hosting cannot be done for some blogs (free blogger.com/ blogspot.com or other third party hosted blogs) and website pages, where the DNS records cannot be modified by the blog writer.
You may choose to buy and register a new domain with Zoho, in case you are yet to get an own domain. The DNS settings will be pre-configured and you can directly set up the account. Learn more.
You may also check the 'Zoho Sites' for getting yourself a free website to get started with your new domain.