Looking for ways to move your business to a professional email service? (Did we mention Zoho Mail is free for up to 25 users?) Join us at our webinar and we’ll help you get started!
What will you learn?
- How to get your own domain or use one you already have
- Adding email aliases
- Enabling two factor authentication & app specific passwords
- Configuring POP/IMAP & Active Sync on your devices
- Setting up email forwarding/ time zones/ language
- Working with the native Zoho Mail Android/ iOS apps
- And more….
If you can’t make it at this time, don’t worry. This will be recorded and shared with you to review at your own leisure.
See you there!
Update: Thanks to the overwhelming response we’ve received for the webinar, we have added a new time slot at 9am PST. To register for the 9am slot, click here.
Ever since we launched Zoho Support, our
web-based help desk software, we’ve been receiving many requests for customized domain name support. We’re happy to share that Zoho Support now has this feature, enabling you to offer support directly from your domain. Both your customers and support reps can now access Zoho Support from a URL like say,
Please note that this feature is available only in Zoho Support paid plans.
Here are the step by step instructions for mapping your domain URL:
Create a CNAME entry in your website’s (domain’s) admin panel (let’s say, support) and point it to customer-support.zoho.com
In Zoho Support, click on
field, provide your domain URL.
That’s about it. You can now start using
http://support.yourcompany.com/ as your support portal URL.
Hope you like this feature. As always, we would like to hear your feedback. Either add your comments here or write to us at