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Anybody know of a domain provider that does free email address with .co.uk domains?

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I am looking to buy a .co.uk domain, but I want one that comes with free email address with the domain extension. (eg. [email protected]) Does anybody know of any domain provider that offer… Read More
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7y, 4d agoPosted 7 years, 4 days ago
I am looking to buy a .co.uk domain, but I want one that comes with free email address with the domain extension. (eg. [email protected])

Does anybody know of any domain provider that offers this service and accepts PayPal as a payment?
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7y, 4d agoPosted 7 years, 4 days ago
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#1
Just found a provider daily.co.uk that offers unlimited email aliasing.

From what I understand :

You make:

[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]


and any emails would go to an email account which you set elsewhere,

such as [email protected]">[email protected]?

Tim
#2
Yes you can do that with most I've used, you can also set it to catch all, which will receive all mail to @timothyw9.co.uk

You can get the domain, email and hosting from one.com via quidco for £9 for the first year with £10 cashback = profit already:thumbsup:
#3
jtx
Yes you can do that with most I've used, you can also set it to catch all, which will receive all mail to @timothyw9.co.uk

You can get the domain, email and hosting from one.com via quidco for £9 for the first year with £10 cashback = profit already:thumbsup:


Thanks for confirming , probably gonna go with that daily.co.uk though as I dont really fancy chasing up £10 quidco (of which £5 would be taken anyway as I dont use my Qudico... xD).

Thanks,
Tim
#4
timothyw9
Thanks for confirming , probably gonna go with that daily.co.uk though as I dont really fancy chasing up £10 quidco (of which £5 would be taken anyway as I dont use my Qudico... xD).

Thanks,
Tim


Topcashback offer 15 - 25% on daily.co.uk packages, worth a punt if your going with them anyways.
banned#6


If you set it up correctly, then it will come from [email protected] . I do this for my own gmail account.

However, I do hope this email address wasnt going to be used....... Its been well and truely harvested now for spam mail! :w00t:
#8
#9
try uk2.net mate
banned#10
lanc_red
try uk2.net mate


uk2.net is the one recomendation I would respond and warn not to use!
#11
guv
uk2.net is the one recomendation I would respond and warn not to use!


never had a prob with them myself & been using them since 98. only glitch was last year when they migrated their mail servers but been ok since.

u ordered that man shed yet?!!
#12
If you want, I can help you out..

i'll buy your domain (cost) and i'll give you the hosting for free, your own FTP upload so you can upload your site/s :thumbsup:

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