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Nuage Email

Create a custom address linked to your Gmail

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Benjamin Guedj
@benguedj · Designer and co-founder of Nuage
Hi Guys! 💥 Remember us? We launched Nuage 3 months ago. After working on the domain names for the pasts months, we’ve gathered a lot of feedbacks from more than 20.000 domains. We all want a custom email address that reflects our identity, instead of this very common “@ gmail.com”. There is no simple way to do it. Today, we’re introducing Nuage Email. Th… See more

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Benjamin Guedj
@benguedj · Designer and co-founder of Nuage
Hi Guys! 💥 Remember us? We launched Nuage 3 months ago. After working on the domain names for the pasts months, we’ve gathered a lot of feedbacks from more than 20.000 domains. We all want a custom email address that reflects our identity, instead of this very common “@ gmail.com”. There is no simple way to do it. Today, we’re introducing Nuage Email. Th… See more
Jamie Martin
@livejamie · Senior UX/UI at Raven Software
Cool service and nice design but poor execution. The homepage doesn't explain anything that's going to happen. You don't set any expectations. When you're dealing with something as important as somebody's email and domain you need to be more explicit. - How is this being accomplished? - What needs to happen for it to be setup? - What will happen to my gmai… See more
Andreas Duess
@andreasduess · CCO, Nourish Food Marketing
Alternatively, just buy your own domain for 10 bucks and then set up Gmail for $5/month. That way you actually own your domain and control your mail. And, Google will also supply you with serious drive space and the google office suite. A far better deal, and well documented.
Thomas Evans
@td_evans · COO, EmailOctopus
This is an absolutely fantastic execution for those without sufficient time or technical knowledge. Definitely will be forwarding this to a few mates who always ask me about how I got my email address.
Christopher Hannah
@chrishannah · Student / Blogger / Developer
From first glances this seems like a pretty good solution for the less technical minded. I personally use Google Apps for my personal email, but if you're just looking to add an email address to your domain, then it looks like the best option.