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Post how can I receive emails for my domain name at an existing Gmail account?
by mark nolastname on Friday, June 2, 2017

Hi Folks.
For a task I must do, I need several different email addresses for receiving emails only - and I want them all to come to a single email account on my own domain or my gmail.
What service(s) of yours do I need in order to accomplish my task, please ??
Thanks.

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Post Re: how can I...?
by timothytw on Friday, June 2, 2017

mark nolastname wrote:Hi Folks.
For a task I must do, I need several different email addresses for receiving emails only - and I want them all to come to a single email account on my own domain or my gmail.
What service(s) of yours do I need in order to accomplish my task, please ??
Thanks.
You can use the email forward service at https://www.dynu.com/en-US/Email/Forwarding to receive all emails sent to your domain name *@yourdomain.com at your existing Gmail account.

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Post Re: how can I...?
by smallhagrid on Friday, June 2, 2017

Thanks for replying.
This is not what I've tried to describe (rather poorly ??).

Thus far I have gotten 1/2 way to my goal by just poking around...

Set my domain's A, WWW & FTP records to the IP of my hosting;
Added that domain as an add-on domain;
Added my hosted domain as the MX;
Adjusted email settings at the hosting to accept email from the new domain.

The new domain name reached the site at my hosted domain very nicely already.

As of right now I've sent some test emails which have yet to appear so I think I have the MX record set incorrectly.

Doing this - when I get it right - I'll be able to have:
email@newdomain1.net
email@newdomain2.net
email@newdomain3.net
All show up at email@hosteddomain.net

As is my goal.

Thanks.

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