Just a suggestion, have you thought of registering a URL and getting it hosted. I have a personal web site and I can use it for emails.
To give you an idea my web site URL is click here and the email is paul @ balaam.org.uk (the spaces are so that the address doesn't turn into a link). It costs £1.99 to register it and about £40 per year.
Register a domain name through a company like 123.reg, for a fairly small fee. (Mine was about £12 for 2 years I think), this includes email forwarding.
You publish the email address on your business cards etc, with whichever variations you like, ie [email protected], [email protected], and then forward the emails to whatever account / email address you want to use to read and reply.
The 123.reg console is easy to use, and you have the other advantage, that even if you change your ISP, you don't have to change your published email address, just redirect to your new email account.
You want to check to see if you URL is available, I use Lycos, I'm not really recommending the, its because I've been a customer for years and they've always given me good service. There are plenty around that are cheaper, but this will give you an idea: click here
I don't recognise the callsign, so I typed his call into here: click here but he's not listed on the database, it doesn't mean he doesn't exist though, sorry. If he is a friend I might be able to find out for you if you want to email me.
Apologies to john1000 for jumping into you thread.
To just register the URL is £1.99, if you want space for a web site or emails you have to take up one of the packages. It maybe worth taking up Dizzy Bob's offer and email him via the little yellow envelope next to his name, it looks like his one is much cheaper for what you need.
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