Zoho Mail offers a well-rounded feature set, including hosting for multiple domains, domain aliases, email recall and more. The solution supports “events,” “tasks,” and “notes.” The former makes it easy for users to schedule events, while the latter two can be used to plan, track and collaborate on processes. When events, tasks and notes are created within emails, there’s a neat feature that allows users to @mention others to make sure messages don’t slip through the cracks.
Zoho’s commitment to security played a big role in making Forbes Advisor’s Best Email Hosting Services list. All data is encrypted during transfer and at rest, and security policies can be created to quarantine or reject unauthorised emails. The solution also comes with malware detection capabilities and enables administrators to set email policies to prevent data leaks. Email retention, audits and eDiscovery functionality are also useful for investigating breaches.
Who should use it. Zoho Mail has email hosting packages for everyone. The Mail Lite version is great for front desk staff, contract employees and frequent travellers, while the premium version is better for power users, senior technical professionals and IT professionals.