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mc6127
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Email address for addon domain

I have my main domain registered through GoDaddy, I have then added an addon domain, can I set up email for the addon domain using POP/IMAP and not O365 as I have have with my main domain email?

 

I am looking to have the O365/exchange email for my main domain, then a POP/IMAP email for the addon domain

 

Thanks

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HarryBrand
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Hello,

 

Yes, you can certainly use your Add-on Domain's email using POP/IMAP, BUT this is dependent on what type of plan you are on. If you click on the link below you can see what types of plan support the different protocols. It also explains how to upgrade your plan and how to check what plan you are currently using.

https://uk.godaddy.com/help/pop-or-imap-how-do-i-know-what-type-of-account-i-have-20179

 

If you need help setting up a IMAP email there is a link to a guide below:

https://uk.godaddy.com/help/imap-set-up-email-4714

 

I hope this helps,

Feel free to ask any other questions.

 

 

 


Harry Brand - Here to help out the community

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HarryBrand
Helper III

Hello,

 

Yes, you can certainly use your Add-on Domain's email using POP/IMAP, BUT this is dependent on what type of plan you are on. If you click on the link below you can see what types of plan support the different protocols. It also explains how to upgrade your plan and how to check what plan you are currently using.

https://uk.godaddy.com/help/pop-or-imap-how-do-i-know-what-type-of-account-i-have-20179

 

If you need help setting up a IMAP email there is a link to a guide below:

https://uk.godaddy.com/help/imap-set-up-email-4714

 

I hope this helps,

Feel free to ask any other questions.

 

 

 


Harry Brand - Here to help out the community

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