Professional Email Accounts
Email is a crucial part of any business or organization. Setting up email accounts can be challenging to even advanced users. However, having email addresses for you and your team that have your unique domain name instead of common ones like Gmail or Yahoo gives you a polished and professional look. Our team of professionals can set up your accounts and give you a pain-free, seamless experience.
If you like the functionality and familiarity of Gmail then you will feel right at home with Google Workspace (Formerly Gsuite), the business version of Gmail. Google Workspace allows you to use the Gmail interface and Gmail infrastructure with a custom @your-company.com domain.
Let us know what emails you need and we’ll take care of everything for you, including any forwarding, routing, or alias requirements you have. All included at no additional cost. Alternatively, if you would like to administer your existing Google Workspace account, we can do that for you at our hourly rate.
Google WorkspaceMonthly Purchase
- Custom Business Email Address
- Ability to Create Aliases
- 30GB Cloud Storage
- Access to Google Features Such as Calendar, Docs, Sheets, Meet, etc.
- Admin Security and Administrative Controls
- 24/7 Standard Support from Google
WP Harbor offers a powerful and cost-effective email solution for budget-minded businesses or organizations. If you have limited email needs, this is a good choice for you. Just tell us which emails you would like created and we take care of everything.
- Custom Business Email Address
- Secure POP/IMAP/Webmail
- Premium anti-spam and anti-virus
- 25GB Mailboxes
- Outlook auto-setup
- Recover deleted email/mailboxes
- Custom email filtering
- Free user aliases
- Chat via Webmail
- 50MB Attachments
If you are experiencing email deliverability challenges or security concerns, WP Harbor can help set up the appropriate DNS records to help. Just call or email us and let us know what you are experiencing and we can help tailor the appropriate solution to your needs.
SPF stands for Sender Policy Framework. This is a TXT record that is used where your DNS is managed. You may only have one SPF record.
Spammers can take control of your email and send messages as though you are the one that sent them. This is generally called “spoofing.” If you begin to receive responses or delivery failure messages for emails you never sent, there is a good chance that someone is spoofing your email.
To help prevent spoofing and other issues, email clients will check to see if the SPF record and outgoing mail server information match. If they don’t, they either flag the message as spam or reject delivery.
While an SPF record can help prevent spoofing and help get your own emails delivered, it cannot prevent all spoofing and delivery problems. It is still a very important tool in your overall email delivery.
DKIM stands for Domain Keys Identified Mail. This is a TXT record that is added to your domain’s DNS host records. DKIM is an authentication method that gives the email recipient’s email client something to check whether the message was really sent and authorized by the owner of the domain that sent it.
DKIM places an encrypted signature in the header of the message. This creates something called a Hash Value. By using the public key listed in the domains DNS the receiving end can verify the signature. It deciphers the Hash Value by using the public key and then recalculates the Hash Value. If the keys match, it then knows that the email is authentic and unaltered.
DKIM along with SPF will go a long way in helping the smooth delivery of your email messages. If you have been having problems with email delivery or want to protect against it becoming an issue, let us know and we can add these records to your DNS.
DMARC stands for Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance. It is also a TXT record added to DNS. By implementing a DMARC policy, you can configure an authentication procedure for your domain. While considered a third method of authentication, DMARC records, in fact, are enhancers of SPF and DKIM.
DMARC performs an alignment test checking the validity of SPF and DKIM records. You can specify its setting to make a strict match (both SPF and DKIM must pass the test) or a relaxed one (one of the records can be configured to continue). When DMARC has checked other authentication records, it acts in one of three ways based on the policy you’ve implemented:
- none – an email ignores DMARC
- quarantine – an email goes to spam
- reject – an email fails authentication
DMARC is an additional layer of email security that helps you prevent email frauds effectively.