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How to make an official email address with my site?

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Post by Professor Clayton on December 21st 2014, 4:45 pm

Hi,

My website is 8bitforward.forumotion.com and I am wondering how I can make an official email address to use with my website. When I email others I would like them to know they have reached our site for sure, as <Email Removed> doesn't look quite as professional as one at forumotion.com.

Is this, first of all possible to do? And second, if it is, what are my options for doing so? I do need to be able to have them reply to me, and I'd need to be able to contact non-users as well as regular users.

Thanks for any help you can offer. Smile

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Post by Ramdaman on December 26th 2014, 3:03 pm

I haven't seen such an option anywhere in the administration panel of ForuMotion. All I know is that these things cost money from other softwares.

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Post by Derri on December 26th 2014, 7:59 pm

If owned a Forumotion domain name then its possible to create email addresses via the mailbox option which your domain name would then be after the @ sign so Test@Domain.com or something like that.

Otherwise like Ram said, there is paid services that do it, I think Gmail does something like you're wanting and I know plenty of other places online that do it.

Lastly I removed your email address for security purposes, I'd advise never posting your email on a public forum, especially if its the foundation email for your forum.


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