How to Create an Hobby Club or association email Domain
Taking advantage of "email forwarding" is used by a lot of people. Today, you can forward email from your domain onto for example your iCloud or Gmail email address. People think "Email is free", the opposite is the through: Email is never free. Like all other services, it costs money to provide a high availability email service. I like routing every email to one place so I don't have to jump between different email providers or browser tabs to check my email.
we create emails like email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. An email was optional back in the '90s. Today, email communication is a vital form of communication, even for an hobby club or association.
The main problems regarding email availability are that people rely on free cloud-email services like iCloud, Gmail, Yahoo and more, which are simultaneously serving millions of other users who are competing for the same name combinations. The process of setting up a Hobby Club or association email account for your Hobby Club or association has been made quicker and easier. Your own private Hobby Club or association email addresses can be an easy way to work around the cloud-email problems and doesn't need to be expensive.
Associations that can benefit from a custom email domain
- the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
- the World Association of boy Guides and boy Scouts
- Craft and Hobby Association
- Model Railway Group
- Soccer club
- Coffee brewers
- Balloon adventure
- Beekeepers club
- Scrabble club
- Carnival club
- Car club
- Music club
Benefits of a Hobby Club or association email domain
Large (or small) hobby clubs or association can benefit from an own email domain name. It can be a hassle to organize basic events like Hobby Club or association events. I don't need to mention how difficult is to remembering everyone's custom email address. Some of the people use their work email addresses, others have switched from ISP and changed their email address. Who hasn't that member with an embarrassing old email address (TheSummerOf69@hotmail.Com)?
A mailbox has to be organized, amongst Hobby Club or association emails you receive junk messages or social update emails. Hobby Club or association emails can be easily get lost in a large number of emails.
The benefit of setting up the Hobby Club or association email accounts:
- No one is left behind
- Email addresses you familiar with
- Can be used by all age groups
- Don't need an address book, you can standardize email addresses
- Easely share photo's ;-)
Email is a master tool for all age groups!
Tips to Standardize Email Addresses
When you grow your Hobby Club or association, it is important to assign them a Custom Hobby Club or association Email Address, you can use a format for all other email addresses so that your Hobby Club or association members can easily contact you for great Hobby Club or association events.
Great examples of standardized Hobby Club or association email addresses: firstname@yourHobbyClub.net or associationdomain.com or first[initial]@yourHobbyClub.com or associationdomain.com: You may create a naming scheme for individual in your Hobby Club or association . Here are the most common professional email address formats:
- First name only: john@yourHobbyClub.comor associationdomain.com
- First initial, last name: ddoe@yourHobbyClub.comor associationdomain.com
- Full name (first and last): johndoe@yourHobbyClub.comor associationdomain.com
Your Email Display Name
Your Hobby Club or association email address is only half the picture. You can also choose a display name that appears in your recipient's inbox when you create a Hobby Club or association Custom Email Address.
Here are different approaches to display names:
- Full name (first and last): John Doe
- First name and company: John @ Your Hobby Club or association
How to start your own Hobby Club or association domain name?
You can sign up for a domain and have a website and dedicated email addresses in a matter of minutes. Check your Hobby Club or association name availability, register the domain name and you are all set. If the Hobby Club or association domain isn't immediately available, you may be able to backorder it. The process will notify you when the Hobby Club or association email domain name becomes available and then automatically orders it for you.
How to host your own Hobby Club or association email addresses
The easiest way to host your email addresses is to register a domain name that will serve as the "base" for all of your email accounts-everything to the right of the @ sign-and pair it with @Emailforward.mx. Once you have configured the Email addresses, you are good to go.
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