Configuring an email

Hello, friends, and future millionaires.

Welcome to this episode of The Money Wheel.

My name is Kris Hutchinson. 

In the last episode I walked you through how to set up your domain name.

So today we’re going to go to the next step and that’s going to be configuring your email address. 

I know it’s super convenient to have Gmail on your phone or to use a Yahoo account, but you really don’t want to have those representing your business through email.

Having your business name at “” just doesn’t send the right message that we’re looking for.

It’s super easy to set up an email address that’s tied directly to your domain name so that way your email address would be something like:

And that’s the kind of personal touch that you want to have with it, you know, just put your name and your domain name.

Now there’s several ways to do that, and if this is your first time setting up a business account, we’ve got a couple of options for you.

You can either set up a brand new inbox that is going to be just for all of your business emails or what you can do is have all of your emails forwarded to your regular inbox.

So that way, anything that comes into your new email address will automatically go straight to your Gmail or Yahoo, or whatever email account that you normally use.

Now, the way that I have mine set up is, I have a separate email account just for business that I’m running through Microsoft Outlook.

That one is completely separate from my normal Gmail account and for every domain name that I have, I’ve set up email addresses like “”.

So you can reach me at and what it does is forwards all of those emails directly to my outlook inbox, and that way it’s only one place that I have to go to, to find all of my business emails.

Now, if you’re used to using Google or you registered through Google domains, Google has “G-suite” available, which actually lets you use Gmail’s own inbox technology, and it’s tied directly to your new domain name.

If you have any questions about how to set up your email, you can please reach out to me at and we’ll see what we can do to get you moving forward.

That’s all I got for this episode and we’ll see you next time.