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Old 31 Mar 2017, 10:42 PM   #21
chickadee
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You don't need a new account, noclue. Subdomain addressing is part of every FastMail account. See the following:

https://www.fastmail.com/help/receive/addressing.html

Say your account is foo(AT)fastmail.fm. If you set up the subdomain address
subscribe(AT)foo.fastmail.fm, then all mail sent to that address will be put into your FastMail "subscribe" folder--if you have one--automatically. If you don't have a "subscribe" folder, all mail sent to that subdomain address will be put into your FastMail Inbox--automatically.

If you wish, you can use any number of subdomain addresses. For example:

newsletter1(AT)foo.fastmail.fm

newsletter2(AT)foo.fastmail.fm

and so forth

Oh, I see that Berenburger beat me to the punch about not needing a new account.

Last edited by chickadee : 31 Mar 2017 at 11:01 PM. Reason: corrected spelling of "noclue"
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