How to Create Free Custom Email For Life Time With up to Five Users

Using Custom Email is a Professional way to communicate with your clients or users. If you are in a situation handling more emails, the best solution is Using Gsuite. In Our Experience, Gsuite is the best solution. But, If you use Custom Mails Less Frequently, But You Are willing to communicate to Clients in a Professional way, this is the best choice. We filtered this method by testing lots of Custom Mail Providers. This is free for lifetime and there is no need for Credit Card. You Can Use Up to five Free users and 5 GB Storage.

Note

  • Should Have TLD(Top Level Domain- .com, .org, .net). You can’t create a Custom email using Sub-Domain.
  • Always remember about the expiry of the domain, custom Email Can’t Work as a stand-alone.
  • The email provider is Zoho, This is the Best Free Plan Provider Among all the Free Plan Providers. There is also Paid plans Available at low cost.

Benefits

  • No Need For Creditcard.
  • Free For Lifetime.
  • Free 5 GB Storage.
  • up to 5 Users on Free Plan.
  • Zoho Mail app.

Steps to Create Free Custom Email

Fill Account Details

  • Fill your Domain name and select Add.
  • In next step fill your name, admin account (It Will be your administrative account, fill admin@example.com or whatever your desired name), mobile number, password.
  • Agree to Terms and select proceed.
  • Verify your mobile with a verification code.
  • In the next step select a free plan, The free plan includes free five users and up to 5 GB storage.

  • You have to verify your domain, in the next step.

DNS Provider Setup

  • Here We take Godaddy as a DNS Provider.
  • You have to verify CNAME, MX, SPF, DKIM Records in DNS Provider. Follow Below steps to verify your custom mail.

CNAME Verify

  • Select CNAME method, you have to fill the details in your DNS Provider, Go to your DNS Provider, Copy the details in Zoho and paste it in your DNS Provider. In your DNS Provider, Select Add->CNAME-> Fill Host and Points to details, Choose TTL->Custom->600 Seconds, TTL is Time To Live, In Simple Way, The Time Taken For Reflecting Your Changes in the DNS. By Choosing low 600 Seconds TTL, You can verify your domain within 10 minutes.
  • Select Verify after filling your details. After that in add users, you can add more users, you can also do this later.

MX Record Verify

  • In the next step, you have to add MX Records, Fill Hostname, Address, Priority as per in Zoho Records.
  • Select Verify after filling your details. After that in add users, you can add more users, you can also do this later.

SPF Record Verify

  • In your DNS Provider DNS Manager-> My Accounts-> Domains -> Manage DNS.
  • Add->Record->TXT, Fill “@” as a Host and “v=spf1 include:zoho.com ~all” as a TXT Record, If You select high TTL, It may take Some time for verify, you can verify later if you get the message “Can’t Verify”.

Add DKIM signature

  • In your DNS Provider DNS Manager-> My Accounts-> Domains -> Manage DNS.
  • Add->Record->TXT, Fill “zoho._domainkey” as a Host and “You Value” as a TXT Record.
  • That’s all Now you can use your custom email.

Features- Zoho Email

  • Other Mail Migration Available, Supports POP/IMAP.
  • That’s all Now you can use your custom email.
  • No Credit card required.
  • No Expiry date For your Free plan.
  • One of the Trusted Email providers in the market.

Troubleshoot Custom Email Configuration

Can’t Verify Records

  • The Verify time is Depends on the TTL, So, If you select low TTL you can verify quickly. Some cases, it may take up to 24-48 Hours.
  • In DKIM Signature, Add only “zoho._domainkey” as a host. We have some issues when we add the site name with the host.

Can’t Add POP/IMAP in Other Mails

  • You Can use this free custom mail in Gmail and other email providers using POP/IMAP. If you enable Two-Factor Authentication, You can’t verify just using your email and password, The Password should be generate using App Password option in Zoho Mail Control Panel.
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