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Old 16 Aug 2019, 11:17 PM   #25
pjwalsh
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Originally Posted by webecedarian View Post
I gave up on my Fastmail when their terms changed, but maybe I should take another look.
Fastmail has a multitude of domains to choose from, increasing the odds of being able to use your own name. Some low-key, less used domain options: sent.com, ftml.net, fastem.com, fastmail.us, fastmail.org. Fastmail's subaddressing could be used to expand the [email protected] options.
https://www.fastmail.com/about/ourdomains

With gmail, having an address with your own name can be as simple as appending your country code, eg. [email protected]. Gmail ignores . in the username, so with or without, the address will find your inbox.

Whichever presentable email address you find, you could use it as a forwarding address to your service of choice.

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