If you are a paid user, you can host email for domains you already own through ProtonMail. You can customize your own email domain while benefiting from ProtonMail’s security, privacy, and ease of use.
For example, if you own the domain homes.io, you can set your ProtonMail account to send and receive emails with addresses, such as firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to connect your custom domain with ProtonMail
- Upgrade your existing ProtonMail account to any of our paid plans.
- You must have access to your domain’s DNS records. Your domain provider will be able to help you find your domain’s DNS records. Once you have the records, you can change them and point them towards ProtonMail.
Note that you will not be able to add addresses from domains you do not own or control, such as .edu or .gov domains.
If you do not have your own domain, you can buy one through domain registrars, such as namecheap.com or godaddy.com. Learn more about setting up a custom domain here.