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First of all Why can Yahoo,1&1, 123 reg host domain names and we cant? Many thanks for any answer. 2nd question I got is.. Just use your previous Google account...

Comments (10)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an decent answer. You should email the people at 123 reg as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

Can we use our own Adsense Ads in the inside pages of our Customised Gmail Email?..

Comment #2

Because you're going to be clicking your own ads? Smooth...

Comment #3

Hi.

My HostGator is reistered on fabulous.com , I ve set up an account , I would appreciate it if someone could help me on how to verify this , How do I change the cname account at fabulous.com?..

Comment #4

Not necessarily, he could provide email addresses to site visitors...

Comment #5

Fabulous.com offers free dns management..

You can change your cname settings there.Or if your host offers dns management you can use that as well.(Dreamhost)..

Comment #6

Just an additional question about this: does the owner of the HostGator get a special password to an area where you create the email addresses and mailboxes, or is the only password you get the log-in password for the mailbox with your own domain?.

And how does the "domain ownership verification" work?.

I doubt between starting a mailbox with a HostGator I already own, or registering a new one through Gmail directly and use that HostGator for emails...

Comment #7

It's very easy to set up with name.com. If I wanted a HostGator just for email, I would consider setting it up with them. They automatically set up a Google based homepage that lets you connect to your email through your homepage. (~$8/year, $6 for the 1st year) Great for novice domainers who just want their own email address and don't want to use a lot of time setting it up...

Comment #8

Is this only a web service or does it have pop3 service as well?..

Comment #9

Ok. Thanks Philip. All I need now is a link to the instructions on how to set this up in your web browser. I couldn't find any...

Comment #10

But if you register through Google directly or if you use an already registered domain... do you get a seperate password for admin area/control panel and for the actual mailbox?.

And how does the "domain ownership verification" work?..

Comment #11


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.