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I'm specifically interested in a webmail service, but I will appreciate suggestions to replace other components too.

  • You can add additional domains to your existing Google Apps account as a separate domain to enjoy the same Google email service as that for the primary domain. See here. So if all you want is Gmail for your own domain, just add it as a separate domain. No need for a separate apps account or any alternatives. – datasn.io Feb 10 '14 at 6:01
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Zoho offer a pretty comprehensive range of products, most of which are free for a limited number of users/projects/whatever...

  • Calendar
  • Challenge
  • Chat
  • Creator
  • CRM
  • Discussions
  • Docs
  • Gadgets
  • Invoice
  • Mail
  • Meeting
  • Notebook
  • Office for Microsoft Sharepoint
  • People
  • Planner
  • Polls
  • Projects
  • Recruit
  • Reports
  • Sheet
  • Show
  • Viewer
  • Wiki
  • Writer

Even though the functionality overlaps, they integrate with Google Apps in some places, so you could have a hybrid solution.

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  • I like but don't love Zoho. They seem to be rather over-extended, and they're substantially buggier than Google Docs. This said, they have a lot more features, and if you're OK working around their quirks, they can be a great solution. – Harlan Jul 9 '10 at 21:08
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Microsoft officelive has web pages, email, etc. for your domain.

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Zimbra is a good alternative. You can find people that propose to host Zimbra for you on Zimbra Hosting Providers.

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Yahoo is still alive, at least as for webmail. See this.

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  • This does not provide an answer to the question. To critique or request clarification from an author, leave a comment below their post. – Rebecca Dessonville Oct 18 '12 at 20:41
  • <qoute>I'm specifically interested in a webmail service</quote>. How is suggesting a Webmail service not an answer ? I – Miro A. Oct 23 '12 at 20:40
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    But the title states "For your domain" – Rebecca Dessonville Oct 23 '12 at 20:51

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