Reliable all in one mailbox solutions right now? I had been eying Mutant Mail for some time. The notice that Google is suddenly to start charging for custom domains on legacy accounts gave me the push to try Mutant Mail. It turned out to be an excellent purchase, Easy to set-up and with a ton of well-thought out extra functionality including a powerful Rules module. See extra details at how to reply forwarded email. Simple: Increase your productivity to next level. Managing multiple Email IDs was never so easy.
Do you mind explain Recipient Email IDs? Recipient Email IDs mean the destination or control email id, where actual emails will be stored. This will be the inbox from where you receive, reply or send your email (can be Gmail/Yahoo/Hotmail or anything else) outside the Mutant Mail system. Mutant Mail acts as a routing system in between your recipient email id and your destination email id, to ensure when you hit reply email is received by user coming from your domain and not from the control inbox. From field will be your domain’s email id always. If you want to set the name for your email ids, it can be set in the settings option.
Your Domains – Domains or custom domains come with various extension (.com, .net, .org etc) that are attached to your account on Mutant Mail and used to create aliases. You need to own a domain name to attach it to MutantMail. Domain names can be easily purchased from domain registrars such as namecheap, godaddy or hostinger. Monthly Bandwidth – It’s the amount of data that’s allowed to be transmitted per month. On Mutant Mail bandwidth is incremented each time an email is forwarded or a reply is sent (this is the data). Mutant Mail reset the bandwidth on 1st of every month. When an alias is deactivated or deleted emails sent to it do not count towards your bandwidth.
Can I keep using my domain on Google Workspace (G-Suite)? At a time only one server can accept mailbox related to any domain. But there is a workaround. You can have your main domain associated with mutant mail and a subdomain associated with your Google Workspace(G-Suite). That way Mutant Mail can route all admin, legal, anything @ example.com to your G-Suite firstname.lastname@example.org And of course, when you will reply to those emails from your subdomain, your domain email id will be shown to the recipient and not your subdomain.
Email ids on Mutant Mail can help you create a more professional image for your business or organization. It’s simple, yet distinctive. The email id on Mutant Mail is not tied to a single service provider, but can be used for multiple purpose. This helps in creating a unified image and brand across the services of your choice. Comparing this to plus sign (+) trick, you really can’t have an independent email with it’s own identity. Did we tell you, Mutant Mail allows you to have your own separate signature for each of your email id too? Did we tell you that almost all the services out their, store your emails in plaintext? That means, in case a mishap happens, and their servers are ever compromised, anyone and everyone can read your emails, without breaking a sweat. Find extra info at https://www.mutantmail.com/.
What do you mean by allowed domain, email ids, recipient email ids and disable catch all. I am bit confused with these terms. We are glad you asked about clarity on these terms. Mutant Mail works at the Domain level, through MX, SPF, DKIM, and DMARC records. 10 Domains: It will mean you can integrate up to 10 custom domains in your Mutant Mail account. You may have a website on them or not. Your existing website doesn’t get disturbed, we only handle emails for them. 50 email ids: It means you can have up to 50 email ids created on the above domains, that are integrated with Mutant Mail.