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Can I Get FreeDomain.Co.Nr Email Forwarding?


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I have a co.nr domain

haroldsearchnetworks.co.nr

They no long have email forwarding Ex: webmaster@haroldsearchnetworks.co.nr

And the nic.biz.ly website they sent me to does not allow new accounts.

I have no acces to any dns or ns records.

So. Is there a way to get a free email address for my website?

(getting a paid account of any kind in out of the question at the moment)

Thanx

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I have a co.nr domain

haroldsearchnetworks.co.nr

They no long have email forwarding Ex: webmaster@haroldsearchnetworks.co.nr

And the nic.biz.ly website they sent me to does not allow new accounts.

I have no acces to any dns or ns records.

So. Is there a way to get a free email address for my website?

(getting a paid account of any kind in out of the question at the moment)

Thanx

yes there's always gmail.com

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at our sit (1337computers.co.nr) we just use microshit ie gary.1337computers@hotmail.co.uk ..

Which will tell your customers quite a bit about what type of company you're running: Homebrew. This may not be the image of your business that you want to project out there. Same goes for GMail.

A better way is to use a page with a 'contact us' form, that is hardwired to mail to such an address. It'll still look professional, yet you don't have to give out your own email address.

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at our sit (1337computers.co.nr) we just use microshit ie gary.1337computers@hotmail.co.uk ..

Which will tell your customers quite a bit about what type of company you're running: Homebrew. This may not be the image of your business that you want to project out there. Same goes for GMail.

A better way is to use a page with a 'contact us' form, that is hardwired to mail to such an address. It'll still look professional, yet you don't have to give out your own email address.

Use a little PHP script to do this for you. That way you'll look uber 1337!

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at our sit (1337computers.co.nr) we just use microshit ie gary.1337computers@hotmail.co.uk ..

Which will tell your customers quite a bit about what type of company you're running: Homebrew. This may not be the image of your business that you want to project out there. Same goes for GMail.

A better way is to use a page with a 'contact us' form, that is hardwired to mail to such an address. It'll still look professional, yet you don't have to give out your own email address.

Use a little PHP script to do this for you. That way you'll look uber 1337!

My horrible host does not allow php. Is there another way to do this?

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