Once you've registered a domain name (web address) for your church it makes sense to use it for email too.
Choosing your email addresses
You church email addresses should be easy to remember and quick to type e.g. email@example.com (rather than an ugly church email address such as:
firstname.lastname@example.org). If you need help we provide comprehensive tips on choosing church email addresses and avoiding junk mail.
When we register (or transfer) domain name you can easily create up to 200 email forwarders. An email forwarder redirects mails to any pre-existing email address. For example email@example.com could be set, behind the scenes, to automatically deliver emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thereby enabling you to give out the easy to remember professional looking church email address rather than needing to tell everyone a personal address. Also if the personal address changes then the forwarding can be switched to any new address ensuring mails to email@example.com will always get through.
Email Plus Package (including POP3)
For churches wanting that little bit more we provide an advanced email package. This includes a control panel to let you manage all the features on up to 100 POP3 * mailboxes and 300 forwarders, such as out-of-office auto-replies etc. All for a very small annual fee, see church website prices.
*POP3 mailboxes are allocated storage space on our mail server. This is different from a mail forwarder where emails are redirected to a pre-existing address.