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Catchall? Forwarding? How to manage multiple email addresses

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by 99lives, Nov 7, 2015.

  1. 99lives

    99lives Regular Member

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    I thought this was gonna be so easy, but it hasn't. I need email addresses to register TLDs that don't have privacy option, for social network creation, etc. I don't need thousands, just a ~200.
    I usually go to a free email provider and create an account. But that's just messy, it's hard to manage them all and sometimes the email gets closed and... well, you know the drill.

    I tried to create a catchall on Bluehost, they don't allow it. Then Hostgator, they also don't. What can I do? What do YOU do that's easy to manage and scalable?

    Thanks!
     
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    Shared hosting blocks it. You need a simple VPS email server fo dat son.
     
  4. 99lives

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    Thanks a lot for the link, Tree. I'll contact Hostgator's support as I found in an old thread that they can enable it.
    Regarding that link, the problem is that in 2010, providers like Bluehost, Hostgator and others had enabled catchall, but now they don't.

    Thanks, C4rtel. Any suggestions? Something cheap, just for the email (and maybe for a PBN blog).
     
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