Updating windows live custom domains
I'm a fan of the UI and the user experience is quite a bit more consistent than what I was getting using the Blogger WYSIWIG.
reader Mark told us about the cockup, which he believes was caused by upgrades Microsoft made to the service.Here’s the basic pitch, from pobox.com: Email forwarding makes it possible for you to separate where you read your email from your email identity.Forwarding takes mail sent to one address, and redirects it to another, without the sender having to know.Domain Forwarding Tip: If you have one of your domain names forwarded directly to another domain name, then you can use your domain name to point at a directory at the destination domain name.I've been using Windows Live Writer to do my blog entries of late.When creating a custom email address, think of it the same way you would when creating a new website.
First, pick an email platform to use, then install it to your custom domain.
If your email provider introduces a new policy you dislike, you can move.
If your ISP changes its name, your email address is unaffected.
It’s fast, connects seamlessly with the rest of your Google services such as Drive, has a cool app called Inbox, and is overall an extremely powerful email service.
However, to use it with a custom domain, you need to purchase Google Apps for either $5 or $10/month, which for casual users is a bit unnecessary.
“Basically the Windows Home Server software uses Windows Live Custom Domains as a dynamic DNS service, and it appears that MS dropped the ball,” he said.