When you logon to Gmail you will use a your company’s domain name instead of the Gmail.com domain, and all the e-mail service will be hosted on Google’s servers.
As with Gmail, users will be able to get 2 GB of storage space, plus the advanced features of normal Gmail services, such as calendaring (some features are integrated into Outlook!!!), searching, spam filtering and user interface that is similar to the normal Gmail view.
Administrators can easily manage user accounts, aliases as well as mailing lists. And all users on your domain will be allowed to get the Gmail-powered web mail account, along with some customizable features such as a company logo and more.
Although Gmail for your domain is still in beta you can now apply, for free, and after a VERY short subscription form you will be able to use it. Note that you do still need a regular Gmail account.