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New at tsoHost: Professional Email

New at tsoHost: Professional Email

Posted 06th January, 2022 by Sarah

We’ve launched a brand-new email product at tsoHost.

Featuring all sorts of perks and inclusions, Professional Email has been designed to be used by businesses of all sizes – from one-person bands to multinational companies.

In this blog, we look into all of the fascinating features of the product and reveal a few ways Professional Email could benefit you and your own organisation.

What is Professional Email in a nutshell?

With Professional Email you get an email address that matches your domain name.

For example, if your domain name is londoncupcakes.com your get the email address yourname@londoncupcakes.com.

There are lots of other inclusions, too, which you can find out more about below.

What’s included with Professional Email?
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1. An inbox with up to 30GB storage

The Professional Email Team plans come with 30GB storage, which means you can confidently send and easily receive emails with larger attachments.

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3. Access from anywhere

You can access your Professional Email inbox everywhere from your office desktop to your mobile phone thanks to POP and IMAP technology.

3. A unified inbox

At tsoHost, we know that most people have more than one email account.

We also understand that people are reluctant to change their email accounts – statistics suggest that 51% of people keep their email accounts for more than 10 years.

With Professional Email you can read all your emails – even those from other accounts like Gmail and Yahoo – from one single sign-on inbox.

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4. Spam and virus protection

Statistics suggest that 54 billion spam emails are sent out worldwide every day.

Professional Email comes with industry-leading spam and virus filters to ensure your inbox fills up with meaningful mail instead of useless or malevolent messages.

5. Catch all functionality

Research suggests that one in every 1,000 people will mistype an email address.

In business a mistyped email address can mean lost custom.

Professional Email can recognise when someone makes a simple typo like writing hanna@yourbusiness.com rather than hannah@yourbusiness.com.

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6. Teamwork features

The Professional Email Team plans come with tools like shared calendars and contact lists, making it easier to work collaboratively across your company.

4 ways Professional Email could benefit your business

1. Make better impressions

Free email addresses like Hotmail and Gmail are often seen as personal email addresses.

So, using one for your business communications can undermine your professionalism.

It goes without saying that customers are going to take you more seriously if they receive an email from you@yourbusinessname.com rather than Mike99rocks@hotmail.com, for example.

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2. Build trust

Multiple pieces of research show that consumers are more likely to trust a business that has a domain-based email address than one that uses a free email address like Gmail.

One report suggested that 64% of customers have little or no trust in businesses that use a free email address while 77% of customers trust businesses that use a customised domain-specific address.

In another survey, respondents said they believed domain-based email addresses were three times more important as an indicator of trustworthiness than maintaining an active social media channel.

3. Improve productivity

It’s thought that it takes the average person 16 minutes to regain their full focus after they dip into their inbox.

When you work in a team that doesn’t share a calendar, you’ll be constantly checking your inbox to do things like rejig meeting times after a colleague rejects a suggested time due to a conflict.

With the Professional Email Teams plan, you can make use of shared calendar functionality, so you know in a single glance if a teammate is free at a certain time.

This plan also comes with shared contact functionality, so you don’t need to waste time asking colleagues for things like the spelling of names, contact phone numbers or email addresses – again, this minimises distractions and saves you time.

4. Heighten cyber security

According to The Government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, 40% of the UK’s businesses experienced a cyber security breach or attack in 2020 and the most common form of attack was phishing.

In phishing attempts, cyber criminals send emails to companies to try to trick or manipulate them into revealing sensitive data.

Professional Email has industry-leading spam protection built in, so it can send phishing attempts and other malicious emails straight to your junk box, protecting your business.

Want to find out more?

Discover the full range of Professional Email plans on our product pages .

Categories: Email

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