Posted February 10, 2006 1:38 pm by with 3 comments

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Google has announced a corporate Gmail service that allows you to link your own domain name with Gmail’s interface.

This special beta test lets you give Gmail, Google’s webmail service, to every user at your domain. Gmail for your domain is hosted by Google, so there’s no hardware or software for you to install or maintain.

It’s a limited beta and they’re already testing with San Jose City College.

  • Has there been any mention, with the Microsoft bid for Yahoo!, of Google offering an email client with more of the functionality found in Microsoft Outlook (filtering, folders, etc)?

  • Socrates

    Khipus: gmail already offers mail filtering (& view filtering), and doesn’t use folders by design… you can use tags and archive old mail, it’s a MUCH more efficient system to use than traditional mail interfaces like Outlook (in my opinion :).

    Explore the “Settings” in gmail to find some of the more advanced features.

  • Josh

    I want to know how to use the Corporate Gmail. I have much interest about it .