Company Domain Alias W/ MobileMe

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  1. moviscop macrumors newbie

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    I have searched but cannot find a straight answer. I want to send emails using MobileMe from my company alias.

    So, I would like my outgoing email to send as name@company.com instead of being forced to use a .me alias.

    Is this possible?

    Thanks
     
  2. Macsterguy macrumors 6502a

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    I would like to do this too... I am sorry, this is not possible.
     
  3. moviscop thread starter macrumors newbie

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    i guess we are all in the same boat then. i will have to use gmail until jobs makes mobileme more comfortable for business users.
     
  4. steve-p macrumors 68000

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    Quite. It's the reason I'm not going to be using Mobile Me, as I use numerous email addresses in my own domain and there's no way I'm changing that.
     
  5. TLewis macrumors 65816

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    Well, it's your business, but MobileMe isn't considered to be a business-class service (and the terms of service say that its not intended for business use). For example, there are no assurances of uptime; I really hope no "business users" were affected by the (early) multi-day MM outage, as it probably sucked to have no email for days and days. On the other hand, free gmail also has no uptime assurances, although you can upgrade to the non-free google apps to get them (but even google isn't perfect, as evidenced by the short outage, recently).

    Also, unlike gmail, note that MM's webmail interface is not secure. If you access MM webmail via an open (e.g., public) access point, hackers might be able to see your email.
     
  6. jc1350 macrumors 6502a

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    If "company.com" refers to your company and you own the domain, you can use gmail/google apps to do what you want. I use it for my personal email using a personalized domain - free and easy.
     

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