I already have an eMail address, why do I need eMail forwarding with my new domain name?

Acquiring your unique domain name is the first step in your Internet marketing plan. With eMail forwarding, you are able to use your domain name as your permanent eMail address and have mail that is sent to that address be forwarded to the eMail address where you access your eMail. When you signed up with an Internet Service Provider (ISP) for access to the Internet, you more than likely received an eMail address - typically, a long name, one that really doesn't help you market or brand your name, something like Jbottom13@aol.com or coffee_cream@hotmail.com Although that is the address where you pick up your mail, it doesn't have to be the address you put on your business cards and your stationery. eMail forwarding lets you use your new domain as your permanent eMail address - for example, You@YourName.com -- and our domain hosting service will instantly forward any eMail sent to You@YourName.com to the account where you receive your eMail

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