My own domain name for email?

  Newuser3068 09:52 12 Nov 2003
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Can anyone tell me if there's an ISP who will let me use my own domain name for my email address, as well as giving me fixed price unlimited dial-up access?
Assuming my name is Bill Bloggs, I want to have my email sent to "[email protected]", without the ISP's name being mentioned. Preferably I would also like to rent the domain name as part of the package.
Could you please explain how I can do this?
Many thanks.

  Newuser3068 10:37 12 Nov 2003

Pesala
Thanks for your suggestion, but 1&1 are not an ISP, so they can't offer me a dial-up account. They say that I can use their Domain Mail service via any ISP but I simply don't understand how this works. How do I "hide" my freeserve email address behind my 1&1 domain so as to be able to have my own domain as my email address?

  hssutton 12:03 12 Nov 2003

I have used several different ISPs, but I still use my domain name. Have a look @ click here. they also host the domain name and divert your emails to your ISP. extremely easy to set up

  Stuartli 13:51 12 Nov 2003

We have the family surname as the domain name as well as the usual ISP versions.

It's collected as normal with standard e-mails.

My son set it up as he didn't like being known as [email protected] - always wants to be first...:-)

Price was about £9.99 for the domain name; it also impresses people as my son has his own website using the domain name.

  Newuser3068 16:44 12 Nov 2003

Thanks everyone for all that advice. I think I must just go for it!

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