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This is how you change from a free e-mail service to your own domain e-mail
It' we see all the while â " businessmen who have used free e-mail such as Gmail or Hotmail and want to begin using their own domain name for e-mails. Whilst such a modification is necessary for many purposes, many individuals are often not sure how to make the modification effectively and with minimum interruption to their corporate e-mail.
Here we show you how to change from to with minimum effort and effort. When you decide it's your turn to move from a Gmail (or other free e-mail account) to your own domain, you must first sign up for the domain name and sign up for a webhosting account equipped with e-mail hosters.
That means you need to make sure that the web hosting you sign in with allows you to set up customized domain e-mail Accounts and administer e-mail (including sending and receiving). Don't quit your old e-mail adress! Prior to cancelling your old Gmail mailbox, you must check that your new domain mailbox is set up and up.
Test e-mail can be sent to and from your new domain e-mail inbox. Please keep in mind that it usually lasts 24 hrs until new domain names are registrated and distributed over the web. As soon as you verify that your domain e-mail accounts are up and running, you can begin the transitional work. Efficient e-mail transmission?
Set up e-mail redirection from your old e-mail to your domain e-mail accounts. Generally, you want to forward e-mails that go to your old e-mail address to your new domain e-mail address. How to set up e-mail forwarding: Get your old e-mails. When your old ISP provides IMAP connectivity, all you need to do is set up your old e-mail accounts and your new domain e-mail accounts in an e-mail clients such as Outlook, Thunderbird or Mac Mail and move your e-mails from your old folder to your new folder using simple copy and paste.
Inform everyone about your new domain e-mail adress. These include emailing your clients and suppliers about your e-mail changes and refreshing all your promotional material such as visiting card and websites. Only use your new domain e-mail adress. Only use your new domain e-mail but do not remove your old e-mail yet.
Most of the time it is not necessary to deactivate the deletion of your old e-mail adress. Just let yourself rest and let the e-mail forwarders forward e-mails to your new domain e-mail inbox.