Secure business email with robust integrations
Build client's trust by giving everyone in your law firm a professional email address at your domain. Also create group mailing lists, like intake@yourfirm. Connect with coworkers via Google Meet or Google Chat, send an invite in Calendar, add an action to your task list — you can do all that and more without leaving Gmail.
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How does Gmail in Google Workspace differ from free Gmail?
Google Workspace ’s Gmail features includes: custom business email @yourfirmname, unlimited group email addresses, 99.9% guaranteed uptime, twice the storage of free Gmail, zero ads, 24/7 phone and email support, Google Workspace Sync for Microsoft Outlook, and more.
Can a user have multiple email addresses?
Yes. A user can have multiple email addresses by creating email aliases. You can add up to 30 email aliases for each user.
Can I migrate my existing email to Google Workspace?
Yes, you can import emails from legacy environments such as Microsoft®, IBM® Notes®, and other systems.
How Can I Prevent My Emails From Going To Spam?
To minimize the chance that your messages are marked as spam, set up these authentication methods:
Publish an SPF record for your domain. SPF prevents spammers from sending unauthorized messages that appear to be from your domain. Learn More
Turn on DKIM signing for your messages. Receiving servers use DKIM to verify that the domain owner actually sent the message. Important: Gmail requires a DKIM key of 1024 bits or longer. Learn More
Publish a DMARC record for your domain. DMARC helps senders protect their domain against email spoofing. Learn More
For SPF and DKIM to authenticate a message, the message From: header must match the sending domain. Messages must pass either the SPF or the DKIM check to be authenticated.
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