Email Hosting with Zoho

Email Hosting with Zoho

  1. Add your domain for Email Hosting with Zoho
  2. Verify your Domain
  3. Add Users and Create Mail Accounts 
  4. Change the MX records of your domain 
  5. Add SPF records

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