Right now I have the email setup of my small business so that firstname.lastname@example.org (we'll call it) is our public address, and email sent there is forwarded by our host provider to email@example.com, which is our main company account with Google Apps for Business. 99% of emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org come through to email@example.com just fine, but there's that 1% that just disappear -- they don't go to spam folder, they don't seem to go anywhere. Help! [more inside]
posted by jcfudgely
on Jan 25, 2014 -
Online service for wildcard e-mail address forwarding for a given domain? [more inside]
posted by pbh
on Sep 29, 2012 -
I have multiple email addresses associated with my gmail account. Can I make one of them show up as the default in an original
email's "from" field based on the email address or domain I'm writing to? [more inside]
posted by jessca84
on Sep 1, 2012 -
I'm soon to leave my current job. How can I keep my email that's in a Google Apps account through my employer (i.e., not a free Gmail account; the email address ends @employer.com, not @gmail.com)? [more inside]
posted by Other
on Nov 3, 2011 -
How can I change the manner in which I handle my e-addressing needs: 1. email address forwarding, 2. a couple of domains, where all I need is registration and the DNS mapping? [more inside]
posted by mcstayinskool
on Jul 21, 2011 -
I've been using Joker.com
as my DNS registrar for the last decade, and it's always been a little shady looking, but gotten the job done. However, just in the last few months emails to the domain have slowed to a crawl or dropped altogether!
To where should I transfer? [more inside]
posted by Squid Voltaire
on May 20, 2010 -
Can an e-mail forwarded to a g-mail account be replied from that account but appear to the receiver as sent from the previous address? How? [more inside]
posted by anonymous
on Feb 21, 2010 -
I use Outlook 2003 in the office. If I receive an email from someone outside the company that uses Lotus Notes and I try to forward that email, the body of the email is stripped automatically when it is forwarded. Has anybody ever heard of this?
posted by paulyballs
on Sep 30, 2009 -
This is probably the dumbest question ever and yet, I am unable to figure it out. How do I all my emails that go to my comcast account to automatically go to my hotmail account? [more inside]
posted by yodelingisfun
on Feb 18, 2009 -
I manage over 150 (and growing) domains. I would like to provide email addresses to users at those domains. Rather than provide Pop/IMAP access, I would prefer to forward email to the users' Yahoo/Gmail/etc email addresses. If I setup an MTA to merely forward incoming email without attempting to filter spam will my MTA be 'blacklisted' along with the server at the spam's origin?
posted by anonymous
on Aug 28, 2008 -
Can I have my phone automatically forward incoming text messages to my email?
posted by Maia
on Mar 5, 2008 -
ISP, OpenSource options that can forward emails to your phone/alternate-address, so that when you reply, the replies are sent from your email address (and not from your phone's email address), and threats of patenting said idea. [more inside]
posted by lundman
on Aug 28, 2007 -
so, i have a Gmail account, and have a filter that forwards specific emails to my phone via text message (firstname.lastname@example.org). Only problem is, character limit! Is there some service that I can forward these emails to that will then split them up into text-message-sized bits to be forwarded to my phone?
posted by Gregamell
on Jul 17, 2007 -
Does Verizon offer any method of preserving your '@verizon.net' email account, independent from having DSL service with them? [more inside]
posted by cyrusdogstar
on Feb 12, 2007 -
Since this morning, nearly all emails sent to my address are not being received. I own my own domain and forward all emails to my ISP account. Domain company and ISP are both denying repsonsibility. How do I solve this? [more inside]
posted by gfrobe
on Dec 8, 2006 -
I need Outlook to automatically forward received email to different addresses based on text in the body of the email. Can this be done with an outlook add-in/plug-in, or possibly done outside of Outlook? [more inside]
posted by de void
on Dec 2, 2005 -
How do I auto- forward a copy of all emails received and sent to gmail? I use Windows XP with Outlook Express and I have discovered it doesn't seem to have this function available. I would be willing to switch apps if one could automatically forward a copy of everything I send out to my gmail account and also copy and forward all incoming mail to my gmail. I want to still primarily use a pop3 email client, but send a copy to gmail for archiving purposes. Any ideas on the best way to get this done?
posted by Independent Scholarship
on Oct 13, 2005 -
I recently started forwarding my e-mail from my university account to GMail. I read it in Thunderbird and when I reply, it replies from my GMail account, since that's the one it was most recently sent to. Can I make the reply come from my school account by default? [more inside]
posted by SuperNova
on Sep 2, 2005 -
I work at a university .. my university's web mail console pretty much stinks .. i would like to create a server-side filter to have my email automatically forwarded to my gmail account. Problem is that my university's control panel doesn't allow me to do this. Is there another way ?
posted by jason9009
on Apr 24, 2005 -
I used to use mydomain.com to handle website and email forwarding. I would just set the DNS to their servers, and set the forwarding to a spot on my server, and it worked perfectly.
I want to be able to manage all my domain forwarding from one account that dosen't charge per domain.
posted by andrewzipp
on Feb 1, 2005 -
Email forwarding problem within the domain: Trying to fix my boss's email account. He checks his email using Netscape 7.2 on a Win98 PC. (We can't convince him to upgrade). He can send mail and reply to mail fine. He can forward mail fine, except when it is to one of use within the same domain name. It appears to send successfully but never shows up. I've tried looking through the email headers but nothing sticks out and I don't relaly know what to look for. Was wondering if this situation rings a bell for anyone?
posted by jacobsee
on Jan 28, 2005 -
With Microsoft poised to start using the new Sender Policy Framework with Hotmail in October and AOL "not far" behind, how many of you are planning on implementing SPF records over the next few months?
posted by alan
on Aug 3, 2004 -