Custom Email Address simply mean your own email address that was created by yourself. Example, email@example.com.
Today am going to give you the tutorial on how to create yours, it is very simply,it can be done using phone.
You might be wondering of how they use to creating those email address, it is very simple and it is free.
How To Create Custom Email For Blogger And WordPress Without Paying A Dime
There are some requirements for this tutorial, the requirements are:
- Hosting: You Can Click Here To Choose Any Free Hosting Of Your Choice Out Of 12.
- Gmail Address: you can just create any gmail address eg Olabiyimalik2014@gmail.com
After you have gotten all the requirements, then you follow all the steps below:
1. Create the domain name email address
- Log into your blog hosting control panel, or cpanel.
- Click on Email Accounts in the Email section.
- . Enter the details for your new account, and click Create Account, as shown here.
- You will see a notification that reads something like this: “Success! Account Created.” The account will be shown on the same page.
- Now go back to your cpanel and click on Forwarders in the Mail section. Then click Add Forwarder.
- Fill all the details as shown below. Then, click Add Forwarder and you’re done.
Now all the emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will be sent to your personal email address.
2. Integrate your new domain email with Gmail
- Sign in to your Gmail account.
- Go to Options, then to Mail Settings, then click Accounts and Imports.
- Check Send Mail As, and click on Add Another Email Address You Own.
- In the popup that appears, fill in your details, add the new domain email address you just created, then click Next.
- Click on Send Verification, and a verification email will be delivered to your inbox. Simply click on the link to verify it, and you are done.
- Now, click on Compose Email, and see the changes you’ve made in action.
I hope these steps are clear enough for you to set up your own domain email address. However, if you feel I’ve missed something, or you’re not able to follow up, then let me know in the comments.
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