How to create an email address with your own domain

Did you know that instead of having a @mailfence.com e-mail address, you can have e-mail address(es) with your own e-mail domain name hosted on the Mailfence secure and private platform?
Yes. We are happy to announce a dedicated wizard that you can use to add your own domain name in Mailfence account.

Before creating an e-mail address with your own domain name

1. Own a domain name. We do not commercialize domain names: if you don’t have one, you can for example acquire one with a domain registrar. For an accredited domain registrar, see ICANN-Accredited Registrars.

2. Own a paying subscription on Mailfence.com.

Implications

– All e-mails sent to any address of your domain name will be directed to our servers (though you still can forward some of them automatically afterwards).

– If you already have an e-mail server for your domain name, be sure to follow the procedure correctly to avoid the loss of messages during the transition.

Steps

Check out this Knowledge-base article to add your domain name and concerned e-mail address(es).

For sending emails from your domain based address(es), you would need to set-up DNS entries to prevent email spoofing.

Got some questions? Feel free to contact support@mailfence.com.

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