If the users enter http://yourdomain.com/ in their browser address window, it will use the "@" hostname to redirect your URL. If they enter http://www.yourdomain.com/ in their browser, it will use "www" hostname to redirect your URL. Usually you can point them to the same URL, but you can also point them to the different URLs if you like.
Originally posted by samuelG This might be slightly OT, but if you want to use their email forwarding and just want any address to be forwarded (e.g. [email protected], [email protected], etc.) you can just enter "[email protected]". Just learned this today.
Did you mean few e-mail address forward to one personal e-mail address?
Um, yes, (I think). That is, if you want ANY mail for a specified domain (the "few e-mail address") to be forwarded to another email address (the "one personal e-mail address") , just use the asterisk specification (for the "few" address).