One domain name but multiple email addresses?

  Virtuosity 09:43 04 Jul 03
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I have a domain name but it only let me have one email address e.g. anybody@mydomain.co.uk but I would like to have two email addresses, something like me@mydomain.co.uk and you@mydomain.co.uk.
How can I do this?
I have networked two XP PCs, using an ADSL modem/router.

Thanks in advance.

  Jester2K II 09:59 04 Jul 03

You need to speak to whoever runs your domain name! If its your ISp they can help, if its a web hosting compnay they will help. If they only allow one e-mail address then thats it really.

  Virtuosity 10:07 04 Jul 03

Thanks.
Already done that, they can let me have up to 15 emails, but some annual cost involves!
I will try to run my own server or something...

  Jester2K II 10:11 04 Jul 03

Switch to a new ISP or Domain Host!!!!

Most ISPs & Domain Hosts allow you multiple e-mail addresses or at least one e-mail address and multiple "fake e-mail addresses" where contact@mydomain.com, admin@mydomain.com, support@mydomain.com, steve@mydomain.com, dave@mydomain.com, mandy@mydomain.com etc can be set up for free but they all really go to mail@mydomain.com. Looks like multiple e-mails but its not.

Does that help?

  Virtuosity 10:15 04 Jul 03

I can do that Jester2K II, but I was hoping, me@mydomain.co.uk delivered to my PC, you@mydomain.co.uk to the other PC, instead of them all arriving to the same PC.

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