Dex blogged earlier about the possibility of Google hosting your corporate email. Earlier today, links to this Google service has been spreading around and we got a tip pointing us to such:
This special beta test lets you give Gmail, Google’s webmail service, to every user at your domain. Gmail for your domain is hosted by Google, so there’s no hardware or software for you to install or maintain.
So now, all you need is a registered domain and Google will host the rest. You’d get 2GB of inbox space allocation, and a control panel to easily manage user accounts, aliases and mailing lists.
Gmail for your domain is currently available as a limited beta. If your organization is interested in helping Google test this service, we’ll consider your domain for this beta. You’ll need to sign in with a Google Account (or get a new one), and answer a few quick questions about your organization and your email needs.
If you’re interested to go on as beta tester for this service, just fill up the application form here.
This could potentially kill mail hosting providers.