I have registered a domain and after all, I realized that I made a typo mistake. I'm glad it was a 0,99USD one, but anyways, I?m afraid it?s a useless domain. Or not? Let?s make it worthy going to: domains (at) yandex (dot) com If you don?t have an account on Yandex, create one. That should be easy. Also verify it by phone if possible, or you will be getting annoying captchas everywhere. We could go the hard route, step by step verifying the ownership, setting MX records and so on, but as I?m assuming the domain I started with was useless, we are going to delegate the domain to Yandex, as it?s the easiest way to do it for most users. You should follow the instructions showed in Yandex about how to delegate a domain, but it?s pretty simple: you only have to change your nameservers in your registrar with the values you get in Yandex. After that, we should wait for a few hours (maybe even a day or two), until changes have been propagated. Once the domain is delegated and connected, we can start making mailboxes. Up to 1000! The bad part is that we need to set up them manually, but It?s a fast process unless you were thinking about creating those 1000 accounts at once (yes, I?m staring at you, reseller) Why should you use branded domains instead buying email accounts in bulk? Well, it?s up to you, but I have found better approval rates in GSA if the comment isn?t coming from a free email provider like Yahoo, Gmail and so on. Btw, you will need to enable POP3 settings on every account you create. Google "Setting up mail clients Yandex" and follow the instructions (not being able to put links is a torture lol) Nothing amazing, and I know for some people it isn't worth the hassle without automation. But hey, if you are on low budget, we are giving utility to a shitty domain. For free. PD: If you are wondering what the hell is Yandex, people call it the "Russian Google".