Subdomains and pop3 emails with own domain name?
Which domain name registrar offers free subdomains and free pop3 emails even if they do not host the website?
A domain registrar normally doesn't offer subdomains or emails, it is the webhost that usually provides subdomain access and how many, as well as the email
Registrar usually provides domain and offers other paid services such as email but subdomain usually comes free on most webhosts.
A great registrar is namecheap.com
I looked on weebly's site and it seems you can. http://kb.weebly.com/subdomains.html explains, hope that helps. Namecheap has tutorials on how to tie your domain to your webhost (its called changing nameservers, and you would use weebly's nameservers
Thanks a lot. I'll check the link to weebly. Have a happy new year.
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