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I want to set up email addresses for about five members of my sports club so that their email address reads something like [email protected]. (if you get my drift).
Someone has told ne that I need to register the club as a domain name. If I do this do I get five email addresses and can I use them in MS Outlook?
If you register your own domain name, the number of email addresses you can have is unlimited. I use Easily click here to register and manage my personal domain names. My outgoing mail all goes with an address using my personal domain name and Easily redirects incoming mail to my actual email address from which I retrieve the messages. (Actually, I have it redirected to a Googlemail address.)
Therefore, if you registered "sportsclub.co.uk", each member could have his/her own address @sportsclub.co.uk with their mail forwarded to their own individual email address for retrieval. Outgoing mail could be sent with the @sportsclub.co.uk address.
The registration of a "uk" domain is about £10 for two years and I don't think "uk" domains can be registered for a shorter or longer period.
click here Heart Internet is often recommended in the Webdesign forum and I`ve been using them for a couple of years. Excellent customer and technical services with 24/7 UK based helplines. Their domain names include mail forwarding and you can upgrade to a webhosting package at any time.
Having said that I think you would need a basic hosting package to achieve what you want. I seem to think that the free mail forwarding with a domain name will forward any e-mail to that domain to specific multiple addresses. (Perhaps not mail to specific domain e-mail addresses to specific multiple addresses - hope that makes sense!) Your best bet is to ring them and ask the question.
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