I have tried to get an answer from Apple, but did not provide me with one that solves the issue. I have several domain names with corresponding pop boxes that represent the names of me and my business. Eg "email@example.com" and "firstname.lastname@example.org". My friends and customers know me by these e-mail addresses and they link to the websites I have. I did not buy them for nothing; I want to keep using them. Now Apple introduces iCloud. And all of a sudden I have to use a @me.com e-mail address to be able to enjoy the benefits of iCloud?! Sure, I can forward all my e-mail to the @me.com account iCloud works with thus being able to sync the messages with my iPhone, iPad, iMac and PC. But if I reply a message from iCloud to a friend or a customer the sender address is the @me.com address. And that confuses the people I know and do business with. Again: I did not buy these domains for nothing. Question 1: Or am I wrong? Is there a way to keep the sender address a non @me.com address so that the people I send e-mails to do not see the @me.com address? Question 2: Can I make folders in iCloud dedicated to the different pop boxes I have forwarded the mail from? Or do I have to open a new @me.com address or iCloud account for each non @me.com popbox I want to keep using? Thank you in advance if you have the answer. Unfortunately Apple only sends links to instruction pages about iCloud that do not answer these questions.