[quote author=untouchable link=topic=39450.msg572123#msg572123 date=1139372730]
[quote author=holeydonut link=topic=39450.msg572120#msg572120 date=1139372598]
easiest is to just have mail sent to "[email protected]
" sent to your permanent email (ie: yahoo, google, etc)
Gotcha! So for those that already have my email, will they have to send emails to '[email protected]
' instead of the other name or will they still be able to send it like normal and I will recieve it?
Naw..... no problems for existing people. The real benefit is that from this point forward, you can give out "[email protected]
" to people and when they send you email, it will go to your current, permanent account. People just sending messages to your current, permanent account won't have anything to worry about. With most email programs (ms outlook, eudora, etc), you can filter your inbox to shuttle messages originally sent to [email protected]
into a separate inbox.... although I am unsure if you can do this with gmail/hotmail/msn/etc.