How to Use Gmail With Your Custom Domain Name – Hongkiat







How to Use Gmail With Your Custom Domain Name – Hongkiat




















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When you’re running a business or company, sending and receiving emails with a @gmail.com doesn’t look very professional. But, if you already have a domain name, you can use Gmail with that very domain name. It allows you to use Google’s Gmail interface to check, send and reply emails, all using [email protected]

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to link your domain registered with NameCheap with Gmail on Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite). Let’s take a look.

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  1. If you already have a domain name, go to Google Workspace, click Start Free Trial to sign up for an account. If you don’t yet have a domain, you can get a domain + sign up for Google Workspace all via NameCheap. (See here for the complete process).
  2. Sign in to Google Admin Console. If you are doing this for the first time, you’ll need to Accept Google Workspace Terms of Service.
  3. accept terms and conditions
  4. Click Verify Domain on the top right corner.
  5. verify domain
  6. Select Verify from the options.
  7. select verify
  8. Follow the instructions mentioned under Here’s how it works and then click Continue.
  9. click continue
  10. On the next page, under Let’s add your verification codes, click Copy to copy the verification codes to your clipboard.
  11. sote verification codes
  12. Now, open a new browser window and log in to your NameCheap account.
  13. In the Dashboard tab, look for your domain. Hover over the home icon, and click Advanced DNS.
  14. advanced dns
  15. Beside Host Records, click Change DNS Type, then beside Nameservers, choose Namecheap BasicDNS, and click the tick icon.
  16. chagne dns type
    namehceap basic dns
  17. Under Host Records, if you see this screen, then it means that you’re on the right track so far.
  18. change records
  19. Now, under Host Records, click Add New Records.
  20. add records
  21. In the drop-down menu under Type, select TXT Record. Similarly, under Host, enter @, and under Value, paste in the verification codes copied earlier, and then click the tick icon.
  22. enter host value
  23. In the Mail Settings, select Gmail from the drop-down menu, and then click Save Changes.
  24. mail settings to gmail
  25. Now, back to the other browser of your Google Workspace, scroll to the bottom, and click Verify my domain.
  26. verify domain
  27. Wait till the verification process is finished, and you will see the following message.
  28. verify domain process

That’s it, you’ve got your domain in NameCheap verified for your Google Workspace. If you want to add a new user, go to Google Admin and do take the needful steps. Every user you’ll add will have their own [email protected] email.


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