Emailing hosting is a hosting service that operates email servers. All emails sent to company domains are transferred directly to an email server where they can be stored, accessed, and protected. To access email hosting, your business requires a server provider to lease out and manage servers; this provider acts as a gateway between your company’s email server and the receiver’s server. Email hosting takes your email beyond the basics of sending and receiving.
There are two main types of email hosting providers. Your organization can either go through a free email hosting provider or a professional. The difference between the two though, speaks for itself. While free email hosting is, clearly, free of both cost and contracts, your company will still have to deal with annoying ads, weaker security measures, less help with customer service, less storage space and typically, no personalized domain name. On the other hand, you may have to pay for a professional service, the pros, without a doubt, outweigh the cons. An organization can count on better security, on-demand help, storage space, personalized domain names, no ads, and superior collaboration tools.