Free Domain Email Forwarding For A Website


After you register a domain name with any registrar, most of the domain E-mail forwarding requires extra payment. To get a free domain E-mail forwarding, follow these steps;

Method 1: Check With Your Domain Registrar

Check with your domain registrar. For example, if you register your domain with Google Domains, they offer a free way to forward your E-mails. Just setup Google’s MX records



Method 2:

Name – TTL – Record Type – Priority – Value

@ 36000 mx 10

@ 36000 mx 20

Name – TTL – Record Type – Value

@ 3600 TXT forward-email=

Name/Host/Alias TTL- Record Type – Value/Answer/Destination
@ or leave blank – 3600 – TXT – v=spf1 a mx -all




How to Send Mail As using Gmail

Follow these steps in Gmail in order to “Send Mail As” using your custom domain.
  1. You need to have Gmail’s Two-Factor Authentication enabled for this to work. Visit if you do not have it enabled.
  2. Once Two-Factor Authentication is enabled (or if you already had it enabled), then visit
  3. When prompted for “Select the app and device you want to generate the app password for”:
    • Select “Mail” under the drop-down for “Select app”
    • Select “Other” under the drop-down for “Select device”
    • When prompted for text input, enter your custom domain’s email address you’re forwarding from (e.g. “” – this will help you keep track in case you use this service for multiple accounts)
  4. Copy the password to your clipboard that is automatically generated
     Important: If you are using Google Apps, visit your qurantutorxyz panel Apps  G Suite  Settings for Gmail  Advanced settings and make sure to check “Allow users to send mail through an external SMTP server…”. There will be some delay for this change to be activated, so please wait a few minutes.
  5. Go to Gmail and under Settings  Accounts and Import  Send mail as, click “Add another email address”
  6. When prompted for “Name”, enter the name that you want your email to be seen as “From” (e.g. “Elon Musk”)
  7. When prompted for “Email address”, enter the email address with the custom domain you used above (e.g. ““)
  8. Uncheck “Treat as an alias”
     Tip: If you prefer the recipient to reply directly to your Gmail address, then leave this checked. To learn more, follow these instructions by Gmail on this topic.
  9. Click “Next Step” to proceed
  10. When prompted for “SMTP Server”, enter and leave the port as 587
  11. When prompted for “Username”, enter the portion of your Gmail address without the part (e.g. just “user” if my email is
  12. When prompted for “Password”, paste from your clipboard the password you generated in step 2 above
  13. Leave the radio button checked to “Secured connection using TLS”
  14. Click “Add Account” to proceed
  15. Open a new tab to Gmail and wait for your verification email to arrive (you will receive a verification code that confirms you are the owner of the email address you are attempting to “Send Mail As”)
  16. Once it arrives, copy and paste the verification code at the prompt you received in the previous step
  17. Once you’ve done that, go back to the email and click the link to “confirm the request”. You need to do this step and the previous step for the email to be correctly configured.
 Congratulations! You’ve successfully completed all steps.

Method 3:

They seem to have certain limits. Check before signing up.



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