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how do i change email from @yahoo.com to @yoursite.com ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bigtyivier2k2, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. bigtyivier2k2

    bigtyivier2k2 Regular Member

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    mazgalici Supreme Member

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  3. supamanjon

    supamanjon Power Member

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    just create an email acct through your cpanel or setup a catchall
     
  4. IamNebula

    IamNebula Registered Member

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    in cpanel, set up select the option to add an email address. after you do that, then go to "forwarding" (it.s in the same part of cpanel as the add an email option.)

    then pick the email you just created and put in the email you check all the time. this will forward the emails to your usual email account for you to check.

    this saves you having to use the crappy email programmes that come with cpanel
     
  5. eloquenceeee

    eloquenceeee Regular Member

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    It would be more professional if you used your name or something else.
     
  6. bigtyivier2k2

    bigtyivier2k2 Regular Member

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    I dont use hostgator. My ecommerce site was made from templates
     
  7. judson

    judson Power Member

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    ++ Google apps for domains

    It is trivially easy to set up google aps for domains for free for you site, giving you amongst other things, emails with @yourdomain.com with a gmail like interface.

    Another thing about google apps, is that it allow you free IMAP access to your accounts. That way, you can run them with a desktop email client such as Outlook or Thunderbird ... I have over a dozen email accounts I use regularly, and having them all open in Thunderbird saves me loads of time, compared to the manually logging into each email via a web client.

    PM me if you need help getting this running.
     
  8. sodevrom

    sodevrom Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you don't want to use Google apps for domains, you need to have a hosting plan.
    So you have your domain name, but that's just a name. You need to link that name to an actual IP address (your host).

    You can get cheap hosting from Hostgator (I use them). After you set-up everything you will have a cpanel.
    To access the cpanel, go to http://www.yoursite.com/cpanel.
    There, enter your user/passwod and go to Email accounts. Create your email account and you are done with your custom email :)

    Good luck
     
  9. frederickw

    frederickw Junior Member

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    from ur hosting cpanel?