How do I get started with your personalized email service?
To get started, simply click on the 'Start with Free Email' or 'Start with Pro Email' buttons above. You will then be required to either register a new domain name or find an existing domain in your Dynadot account that you want to attach our email service to. Once the domain is acquired, you can add our email service to it by going to the My Domains � Manage Domains page in your account control panel, clicking on that domain name, and then selecting either Sign In (for the free version) or Upgrade (for the pro version) in the email section of that domain management page. From there, you proceed through the required steps to get your email set up.
What are the advantages of a custom personalized email address?
With a custom email address that matches your domain name, your email communication will look both professional and authentic, while helping you build trust with any customers or prospects receiving your emails. Sending emails with your domain attached has the added benefit of also promoting your online website or platform, keeping your business or personal brand top-of-mind.
What are the limitations of your email service?
Our email service does not support WordPress sites, the use of databases, or PHP. You are unable to create a website using our email service.
Are there any restrictions on your email service?
Our email service does not support WordPress sites, the use of databases, or PHP. You are unable to create a website using our email service.Yes, the following activities are prohibited:SPAM (including spam websites)Adult contentCopyright InfringementTrademark InfringementIRC (connections, servers/hosts, bots, etc.)System monitoring. You may not engage in probes, port-scans, sweeps, or spoofing.Any illegal content prohibited by US law including:
Anything that threatens the stability/network stability of our web hosting.
- child pornography
- child erotica
- pyramid or "multilevel marketing" schemes
Further restrictions are stated in our Service Agreement
, Part 1, Section 7.