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- Dave Boland
May 18, 2007, 3:20 pm
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I have a friend that has a small business and no web site
(and he wants to keep it that way). Currently he uses
e-mail forwarding to have a professional looking e-mail
address (i.e. Jim@findbooks.com). Due to a problem with his
ISP he will be leaving. What he wants is his own domain
that he controls (but not hosts) for e-mail only.
How is this done if there is no web hosting involved? Can
he still register a domain and place it with whatever host
he wants? So far all I have found is places for web hosting
and e-mail, not just e-mail. Any other ideas?
Re: Personal/professional e-mail domain - how to?
I imagine a lot of registrars/hosts probably offer this, I know for a
fact Godaddy does as I have a hosting account with them. they have a
few different email accounts like 1 email address and domain for like
$10 a year or something, 5 email addresses / 1 domain $20 a year, etc.
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