Email Hosting Setup in Zoho
The Zoho Mail Suite provides enterprise email hosting features to satisfy the needs of organizations of all types and sizes. Zoho Mail provides custom domain-based email address for all members of your organization in no time.The entire set up process is simple. The steps to migrate your email hosting to Zoho and some of the features available are outlined.
When you host your domain with Zoho, the super admin and the admins can access the Control Panel to manage the domain.
Verify the Domain: You'll need to add and verify the domain you want to set up the email hosting for. The verification process is required to ensure that you have Administrator privileges for the domain and are entitled to set up and use the domain with our services. If you have registered your domain through Zoho, then you can skip this step.
Configure Email Delivery: Once you have added the mail accounts, you'll need to change the MX Records of the domain. After the MX Records are set up, emails will be delivered to your Zoho Mail account. Click here to learn about the advanced Email Routing options available in Zoho Mail.
IMAP or POP migration: Migrate email accounts from your previous servers via POP or IMAP protocols.
Additional set up options
Catch all Setup: A catch-all account is set up to ensure that emails that are addressed to your domain but to an account that's either not set up or misspelled do not get lost. Such emails will be delivered to the catch-all account. For example, if you've set up accounts for email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, but a sender addresses an email to email@example.com, which you've missed to set up, the email will be delivered to the catch-all account instead of being bounced back.
Dual delivery: Set up dual delivery for your domain by configuring a second mail server for your domain.
SPF configuration: Sender Policy Framework Records are recommended to validate the emails sent from your domain. SPF Records are also used to prevent email spoofing (messages sent by spammers with forged From addresses at your domain) by specifying which IP addresses and mail servers are allowed to send email on behalf of your domain.
DomainKeys Identified Mail configuration: DKIM is a common email authentication system, that includes a unique signature in the header, generated by a private key configured for the specific domain in the server. The public key published in your DNS is used to validate the DKIM signature by the receiving server. Based on the validation results, the mail will be classified as genuine or spam.
DomainKeys configuration: DomainKeys is another email authentication system, which uses a generated private/public key pair that your mail server uses to digitally "sign" outgoing messages. Recipients can then compare that signature with the one in your DNS records; a match verifies that the email was sent from your domain and was not changed in transit.
Login page customization: You can create a personalized login URL when you add a CNAME alias (pointing to business.zoho.com) to your DNS records. You can customize the page even more by uploading your company's logo using Zoho Mail Suite's Control Panel.
Zoho Mail also provides domain registration and auto-renewal services. Domains registered through Zoho are designed for seamless use with Zoho Mail. Domain verification is automatic and MX entries are pre-configured.