If you are hosting your e-mail with us you can easily setup new email accounts or aliases.
Generally speaking you should set up one email account per real person, and then use aliases for generic terms for example [email protected]. An alias is an email address that receives emails and redirects it to a full email account.
When your domain was set up on Locally you should have received an email containing your master account name and password.
Follow the instructions for logging in to your control panel using your master username and password.
The main options you will need to use on your control panel are
1. Edit Users
This is where you can add, change and delete email accounts. When you set up an email account you can control individually the amount of disc quota each account has, if you have many individual accounts you may want to set this up to stop one account using up all the space.
This is where you can add, change and delete email aliases
You will find that at least 4 standard aliases have been setup and set to forward to the email you first provided to us, you can change where there are forwarded too. The aliases abuse, hostmaster, postmaster and webmaster are pretty standard and you are advised to keep these aliases pointing to a working email account.
You can optional forward aliases to every one or just a list, and if you like you can add a courtsey auto response.
The number of email accounts or aliases may be limited by your plan.