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Email Accounts for SharePoint™

Reference Number: AA-00847 Created: 2012-09-20 13:21 Last Updated: 2012-10-05 07:52 0 Rating/ Voters

Do SharePoint users have a mailbox

When adding users to your SharePoint site, the username will appear in the format of name@domain.com. However, this does not mean that it is also an email address. This is simply a identification method for SharePoint users on your domain. In this example, 'name' belongs to the organization called 'domain.com'. By default this user does not have any mailbox associated with it.

myhosting.com offers a number of affordable email solutions which you can add to your account, including the following:

  • Mobile Email + Outlook - Starting as low as $8.95/month per user
  • Basic Email Bundle - Starting as low as $3.15/month for Basic Exchange Email mailboxes

(1 GB storage per mailbox including POP3/IMAP4 and Outlook Web Access)

Click here for more information on our Email and Exchange hosting solutions.

Also, if you already have email service from an existing provider, you can still use your domain name for a SharePoint Services account as well.

Add Hosted Exchange Email to SharePoint Services account

If you already have a domain hosted with myhosting.com under the Windows SharePoint Services plan, you can easily activate a Hosted Exchange Email service under the same domain name. You can do this one of two ways.

  1. Add the Exchange resource from within your control panel and activate your SharePoint domain to use that Exchange resource
  2. Add your SharePoint domain to an existing hosting plan with available exchange resources.

Add Email Hosting

If you require email services to accompany your SharePoint Services account, you can add Email Hosting using the same or different domain name. The Basic Email Hosting plan includes 5 Basic Exchange email accounts for only $3.15/month.

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