What is the .email generic Top Level Domain Extension?
Email has revolutionized the way we communicate with other people. In 2013 alone, 838 billion emails were sent across the globe. With the popularity of email, it only makes sense for it to receive its very own gTLD. While you can certainly use email services such as gmail or hotmail, a domain under the .email gTLD will allow you to create a personal email address that others can easily identify.
If you are a business, you can use your .email domain to create a specialized address that is strictly for email. You can use your website's domain name as the main point of contact, but for emails, you can use .email domains to create a centralized mailing list for your team members.
.email gTLD Requirements
Registration of .email domains is open to everyone. The application for the applicant, Spring Madison, LLC, has been approved and its Sunrise Period will begin on January 14, 2014.