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Zoho Mail Setup Guide

Voog recommends Zoho Mail Free for free e-mail addresses with your personal domain (e.g. myname@mycompany.com).

You can sign up for Zoho Mail Free by visiting https://www.zoho.com/mail/zohomail-pricing.html and choosing Sign Up under the Free plan.


Enter your domain name in the given field under "Add your existing company or business domain name to set up you@yourdomain email addresses" and continue by clicking on 'Add Domain'.
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In the next view, you need to fill in some personal information for account administration. Please note that given contact e-mail address has to be your alternative email address to which you need to have access. After the sign up, you will receive a verification e-mail for your account and therefore you need to have access to these emails.

If you would like to receive Zoho Newsletter, then tick the following box as well. Also, please read the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.


Again, note that you will receive a verification email after clicking on the 'Sign Up' button. Open the letter and confirm that you own the account, otherwise some of the following steps might be prohibited. Meanwhile, keep the sign up window opened, in which you are directed to the next step.


This step requires the verification of your domain.
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Make sure you have selected "CNAME method" and choose 'Others...' from the drop-down menu to be your domain provider. Note that you are given a specific code "zb********".


Next, in case your domain is hosted at Voog, simply contact us at support@voog.com. Send us your personal CNAME code so we can help you with adding the necessary MX-records and the code to your domain.

If it's not hosted at Voog, contact your domain host or access the DNS-settings from the according menu.

When that's done, you're good to go! Your domain in now set and you can move on to create your new email accounts. Further information regarding Zoho Mail and its functions can be found from Zoho support site.