How to get a custom email address without registering a domain

Updated July 20, 2017

Custom e-mail addresses are a means of recognition. If professionals possess an e-mail address on a custom domain tailored to their profession rather than Google or Yahoo, they will not only have a good first impression but also a reflection of what they do. Custom e-mail addresses can be used on their own, as well as connected to existing e-mail accounts. Messages sent to a custom-domain e-mail address may be forwarded to an existing e-mail account, if needed.

Open an Internet browser and navigate to

Locate the main navigation bar. Find the text above the navigation bar that reads, "Want a free e-mail account?" Click the "sign up now" button.

Fill out the form with all the information required. Choose the custom domain required within the drop-down list after the username field.

Once the form is completed, click the "create account" button at the bottom of the page. Optional offers for users are ticked by default (just above the "create account" button) and can be unchecked to not receive the offer.

Decide whether you want premium add-on services for accounts. Basic e-mail accounts are free to create and use. Save your account information in a secure place. Log in to the account via the link provided on the page.

Tip is a free service just like Gmail or Yahoo Mail. webmail interface has a list of plug-ins. For example, the Gmail plug-in gives access to Gmail accounts within the interface. There are hundreds of custom domains to choose from. accounts may be used as a stand-alone e-mail solution even for businesses that require an e-mail on a custom domain.

Warning registration does not require another e-mail address as a backup. The login information and the security questions should be saved in a secure place. Being a free service, uses advertisement within the webmail interface.

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