There are times when you can’t or don’t want to use your primary email address. Although you can use a personal or free “throw-away” email address, those techniques can be a hassle or unsafe. Plus, if you don’t have any way to access those accounts via your primary email application, it can be a pain. You could talk to your IT people or sysadmin and ask them to create a new email address, set up so you can access it along with your primary one, but there’s a much easier way to do it; it takes no technical knowledge at all; and you can make as many addresses as you want – here’s how.
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