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Old Feb 6th, 2006, 05:40 PM   #1
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Moving site to iDisk "Sites" folder

If I move my existing site to my iDisk Sites folder, is there a way to keep my current email address? i.e. [email protected])
Do I need additional software?
Does this make sense or am I asking the wrong question?
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Old Feb 6th, 2006, 05:52 PM   #2
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If I move my existing site to my iDisk Sites folder, is there a way to keep my current email address? i.e. [email protected])
Do I need additional software?
Does this make sense or am I asking the wrong question?
Your e-mail address has nothing to do with your Web site. If you mean, will a mailto: link on the site still work, the answer is Yes.
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Thanks Gerbill, but you missed my point.
Ok, this is what I would like to do, cancel my current hosting and put my site on the my idisk and keep the same company email address. (Since I have 5000 brochures that already have [email protected], [email protected] will not work)
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Thanks Gerbill, but you missed my point.
Ok, this is what I would like to do, cancel my current hosting and put my site on the my idisk and keep the same company email address. (Since I have 5000 brochures that already have [email protected], [email protected] will not work)
You would have to keep your old account with someone who could host your domain - .Mac won't do that. However, you can easily forward your mail to a Mac.com address.
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