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How can I sell email without a domain - customer@mydomain.com?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by GAZ, Oct 1, 2004.

  1. GAZ

    GAZ Member

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    Hi everyone,

    Is there an easy way to setup new email only customers two ways, ie:

    1. Customer signs up and registers a domain so their email would be customername@theirdomain.com

    2. Customer signs up for mail without a domain so their email would be customername@mydomain.com

    Obviously #1 would be setup with xmail, or bluetrixmail, etc. and they would login using their own control panel. How would they login if their address is @mydomain?

    Does anyone know this one?

    Thanks, in advance, for your help.

    Gaz.
     
  2. Marty

    Marty Well-Known Member

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    The would login this way:

    http://mydomain.com/webmail/

    Then they would use their full email address and their password to login. They would have their choice of three webmail clients, they could manage their password and autoresponders, etc. They could also use an email client like outlook to manage their email.
     
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  3. GAZ

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    Thanks Marty,

    But is there some easy way to setup new accounts with this kind of email address(customername@mydomain.com)?

    I currently use ModernBill for my automated account creation and it is easy enought to create a mail only account with a domain, but I can't figure out how to do it so it just assigns their username as the email at mydomain.com

    Is it possible to automatically do this?

    Gaz.
     
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