Thanks to Cyrill Gross from Mailix, we now have first impressions of the new Zoom email client. Note that this is NOT the new “zmail.com” email service — it’s the email client application — and it runs as part of the Zoom desktop client on Mac or Windows. A user configures it to access an existing email account, and currently only Gmail and Microsoft accounts are supported (in addition to accounts on Zoom’s own email service). Anyway, I don’t want to give too much away before linking, so click on through to learn more.
Videoconferencing provider Zoom is getting into the email game. Their new Zoom Mail service will allow users to create their own user accounts using the zmail.com domain, but the bigger play is offering custom domain email hosting to paid clients. Surf on over here for more about the Zoom Mail and Calendar Service straight from Zoom themselves, or click on through here to read coverage and analysis of the launch from an industry blog called No Jitter.There are about fifty billion B2B email domain hosting options nowadays, so I’m not entirely sure that the world needs another one. But, add on services and bundles make sense for companies who want more to be able to sell to existing clients, and I do suspect there will be some interest here from the SMB-end of B2B, happy to consolidate a few different services into a single invoice. And honestly, so much mail