#1
Is there anywhere I can get an e-mail address with a customisable domain name?
Eg "Ur.All.$h1t@whatever.com" the bold part being the bit I want to be able to customise.
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#5
I've seen some ads advertising for a cheap domain for your e-mail adress, but none that are free.


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#6
From what I just scanned round and had a look at, you'd probably have to pay for it, or own your own site.
#7
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I always thought you had to own the website.

I know AOL used to do it here http://domains.aol.com/byod_landing.jsp but I can't seem to find a fully customisable one anymore
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-George Washington
#8
You do SoWrongItsMatt

Some domain packages come with an e-mail server.
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#9
the domain name is the destination so you'd need the site whatever.com to host an email server.

or at least that's what my basic understanding of email suggests.
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#10
Duh get your own private domain/site. I'm pretty sure the admins here have something like "blah@ultimate-guitar[dot]com"


DragonEdit: Added "private" which is VI.

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Last edited by Andragon at Jul 12, 2009,
#11



“On January 1, 2009, AOL discontinued support for free My eAddress domains created by users.As a result, your mailbox and any other mailboxes listed under these domains are no longer able to send or receive new mail.You can still access messages already in the mailbox.”

"Why should we subsidise intellectual curiosity?"
-Ronald Reagan

"Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness."
-George Washington