Create Email Account in GodaddyTo create an email account in Godaddy
1) Create a Gmail account.
Folks enjoy the trusted Gmail user experience, but using Gmail with your own customized domains is not free, and relying on email@example.com is not very professionally. As a non-profit association, you can get an limitless number of free Google for Nonprofits Suite email adresses. Verify here if your company is authorized with my customized spread sheet.
When you want to change later, it will be a problem to send all your email to Google for Nonprofits or the G Suite. However, if you want a fast solution for now, here's a fast work-around to using Google Mail with your own customized domains.
Essentially, you simply forward the entire email from firstname.lastname@example.org to a Gmail account and modify a preference so that outbound emails also say email@example.com. Probably you already have a Gmail account, and you could use it for the email of your non-profit organization, but just like finance, it is best to keep your private and professional life separated.
It' will make things much simpler if you update to Google for Nonprofits. Here's how to create the account: Go to the Gmail login page and choose a new email adress. firstname.lastname@example.org usually works fine. Continue with the next few simple stages to create your account and log in.
There is a possibility that your web site may include email hostings or at least email forwards. When you are a GoDaddy, 1&1, Bluehost or Hostgator user, you definitely have email housing. Mailgun is a free option for those who do not offer redirection or hostings. When using a different host, look at the Hostgator statements - odds that your computer is using the same port.
Log in to your account and click on your name in the upper right corner. At this stage, you can use Gmail's mail server for sending emails to email@example.com . In case you get an issue, you can create an app-specific username and password here. You will receive an e-mail with a confirmation address. When you are back on the settings page, click Set defaults next to your new customized email.
Now you have Gmail with your own free Gmailomain!