Setup Instructions for Your Personal or Business Email Account
Use the following to setup and use your personalized email account at Email Address Store:
You can use your email account as web-based email (similar to Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, Gmail) whereby you use your computer or cell phone with an internet browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari to send and receive your email messages.
Or you can use your email account with an email client program such as Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Thunderbird, Apple Mail, etc.
Initial Setup Using Email Account Manager
This link provides step-by-step instructions for the initial setup of your personalized email account using your online control panel at EmailAddressStore.com. This is where you configure your email address(es) and set its operating parameters.
The Email Account Center is also where you setup any email forwarding accounts that you would like to have; arrange to have a copy of your emails sent to an additional email address(es); activate the incoming email spam filter; activate the "catch-all" email feature; etc.
Accessing Your Email Account/Messages
After you've completed the initial setup using the Email Account Manager, you're ready to send and receive email messages. Here are the setup instructions for doing so:
For additonal email setup information, use this link to the email account online help center - a very comprehensive resource with answers to all your email account questions.
It's very easy to obtain a new professional, personalized email address:
register the "@TheNameYouWant" part of your email address... this is known as registering a "domain name". If you already have a domain name, then you only need to purchase your desired email plan.
Select the email plan (Personal, Business or Unlimited Business) that best suites your needs.
to register the domain name for your email address.
If you already have a domain name, you can skip this step and go straight to ordering the email plan that best meets your needs.
Remember... your domain name is the @TheNameYouWant part of your email address.