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Old Jun 11th, 2008, 07:23 PM   #1
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.Mac/Mobile Me allows a personal domain for websites - does this include email?

So does this mean your personal domain setup via .Mac/MobileMe includes personal domain email addresses such as:

username@mydomain.com instead of username@me.com or username@mac.com?
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I'm not sure, but don't you usually get a domain name e-mail address from your domain provider?
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Old Jun 11th, 2008, 07:27 PM   #3
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I'm not sure, but don't you usually get a domain name e-mail address from your domain provider?
I do at the moment, but if I went the MobileMe route I would possibly want all my emails sync'ed on all the computers I use.

If I sign up for MobileMe, I want to keep my personal domain especially for email use.
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I do at the moment, but if I went the MobileMe route I would possibly want all my emails sync'ed on all the computers I use.

If I sign up for MobileMe, I want to keep my personal domain especially for email use.
That should be simple to do with e-mail forwarding from your domain account. Then just register that outgoing address with your ISP (I had to do this with Rogers for my .mac account) and presto, you should be able to keep all your ducks in a row.

Of course, maybe Mobile me will support domain addresses in which case nothing I say is of any consequence.
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