by David Hakala

Email is as vital as a tongue to some people. They can’t imagine getting through a day without communicating via email. For others, checking email is just an occasional thing. But in either case, when people click that “send/receive” button they expect something to happen. When, instead, you get an error message that says in part, “cannot connect to server,” here are some potential solutions to try.
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How to Use Google to Host Your Domain’s Email

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Individuals and small businesses don’t need to pay a lot of money to have a professional set up their email server, thanks to Google’s free and premier editions of Gmail. It’s easy to set up with a few verification steps involving your domain registrar.

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