- Oct 29, 2001
OK, here we go. I used to have comcast internet and I loved it. I work for my company in the field so it is recommended that I give them my email address, whatever it is and they link it to the system. That way my email address will always be email@example.com (this provides consistency for business cards and letterhead, etc). So when anyone emails to firstname.lastname@example.org it goes to the home office and then out to me. A while back, comcast blacklisted the headquarters domain because our crummy servers were letting in too much spam and comcast considered us a spammer. I had to change or not get work down. Now, see if I have thought this through...If I go back to comcast because their service was much better I establish an address with them. Then I go to google and get a gmail address...if I give that to the company will that solve my problem or make it worse? So if someone sends to email@example.com my company sends it to gmail and I get it in my Outlook box, is that going to work?