Are you a small startup looking for a way for users to contact your business with inquiries? You don’t need to purchase a mailbox to do this; in fact you can save yourself $$ by starting off with an email alias such as firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Today we’re going to setup a custom email alias for your new domain name with forwarding to an existing mailbox.
** Difficulty: EASY**
2. Select “Email” from the Domain overview
3. Type in “info” or “help” or anything you’d like in the “alias email” field. This is the first part of the mailbox; on the “Existing recipient email” field type in the email address that you’d like to receive mail to.
For example, if I’m setting up firstname.lastname@example.org and want it to forward to email@example.com ; the below is the settings we would save.
4. Verify the email address; click “Verify my Email now” to complete the setup.
That’s it; now your clients or customers can email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive that mail in your existing email. This is a perfect trick to save money during startup!
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