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  1. #1
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    Sep 2012

    How to create reconized email address. ?

    Can anybody tell me how to create reconized email address for website. ?

  2. #2
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    Nov 2013
    Athens, Greece
    What do u mean about recognized email address?????

    The most often emails are like : info@yourdomain, about@yourdomain, help@yourdomain, contact@yourdomain

  3. #3
    Registered User
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    Oct 2013
    you can create recognized email address for your company or business with email service providers like webmail, inbox, lycos etc. You will get email address name like

  4. #4
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    Feb 2013
    If you have cPanel hosting, this is very simple. Go to your mail section of cPanel and create address, then you must make a new account in your program for mails (outlook, live or something else...)
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  5. #5
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    May 2014
    Quote Originally Posted by Selvass View Post
    you can create recognized email address for your company or business with email service providers like webmail, inbox, lycos etc. You will get email address name like
    Thanks for your information.

  6. #6
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    Jan 2015
    If your email isn't being recognized when you try to reset your password, likely you registered with a different email or you mistyped your email when registering:

    If your previously linked your Insstagram and facebook accounts, you can reset your password thought Facebook verification by choosing the reset using password.....

  7. #7
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    Aug 2017
    Email is a crucial part of any online business, and it's important to have a professional address that customers can easily remember. With a few simple steps, you can have a functional and stylish email address that will help promote your brand.

    Keep it Short

    An email address is like a virtual home for your online identity. It's the first thing people think of when they want to get in touch with you, whether it's for business or personal reasons. That's why it's so important to choose a good one.

    Unfortunately, with the proliferation of internet users and the attendant increase in email addresses, it's getting harder and harder to find a unique and available email address that isn't already taken. This can be especially frustrating if you're trying to establish a professional online presence.

    The good news is, there are some things you can do to increase your chances of finding an available and appropriate email address. Here are a few tips:

    1. Keep it short: A shorter email address is easier to remember and less likely to be taken than a longer one. When in doubt, go for something simple and concise.

    2. Use initials: If you're having trouble finding an available email address using your full name, try using your initials instead. This can help you find something that's both unique and easy to remember.

    3. Incorporate numbers: Adding numbers into your email address can also help make it more unique and less likely to be

    Make it Pronounceable

    An email address is like a telephone number. It's how people who don't know each other can communicate. Just as there are rules for writing telephone numbers, there are also rules for writing email addresses.

    The first rule is to make it pronounceable. That means using a combination of letters and numbers that can be said out loud. For example, an email address like "" is much easier to say than ""

    Another important rule is to use a domain name that is easy to remember. A domain name is the part of an email address after the "@" symbol. So, in the example above, "" is the domain name. If you have your own website, you can use your own domain name as your email address. Otherwise, you can use a free email service like Gmail or Yahoo Mail.

    Avoid using special characters or spaces when creating an email address. That's because some email software doesn't recognize them. So, stick to letters, numbers, and periods.

    Finally, remember that an email address is not case-sensitive. That means you can use upper case or lower case letters without affecting

    Avoid Diacritics

    Diacritics are the little marks added to letters to change their sound. In English, we use them in words like naïve and façade. In email addresses, they can be a source of confusion and frustration, especially for international users.

    If you're creating an email address to be used internationally, it's best to avoid diacritics altogether. Many people will not be able to type them on their keyboards, and even if they can, there's no guarantee that the recipient's email server will recognize them. Play it safe by sticking to the basic letters of the alphabet.
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