How many emails can you create when you purchase your own domain?

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I see that purchasing a domain also allows you to create emails attached to your website. How many emails can you create?
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Donald

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Alex

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as many as you want...
as far as i know,

alex
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Hi Donald

The number of emails you can create is dependent on the email program you use with your domain.

I believe with Google Apps, you can create up to 50 emails, whereas with Windows Live, I believe you can have 500 email addresses.

Please refer to this link for more information: http://www.yola.com/tutorials/creatin...
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doesn't Yola provide the email boxes? Seeing how it's a feature yola offers when you purchase a domain!!?

When you purchase a domain... your site changes from the sub-domain to the domain... does this change your rankings and indexing with google as if you just created the site?
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yes.. when you purchase a Yola domain, then you are given 2 email applications that you can use with your domain - Google Apps or Windows Live.

In regards to the second question, perhaps this thread may be of assistance. http://forum.yola.com/Yola/topics/upg...
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If you're using google apps or windows live... will the address be... you@youcanneverbetoosmart.synthasite.com instead of you@windowslive.com for example.?
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Yes.. that's correct. I would encourage you to read the tutorial link I left above as that probably explains better and in more detail what you can expect with using Google Apps or Windows Live.
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yea, I used google apps for a form and I kind of liked it until it wouldn't allow me to do anything with the form about five days after using it. Couldn't see the responses, couldn't do anything. I would like to use google apps for a form on my encyclopedia but I don't want it to do the same thing. I care more about this site than any of the others, don't want big mistakes occuring.
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I can understand your feelings Donald. Perhaps as an alternative to Google Forms, you can use www.jotform.com. I don't know if that will meet your needs or not.

As always, try it out on a test page first to ensure that it doesn't interact badly with your site. I've always enjoyed using jotform and have not had any problems with it thus far.