Your default root email account:

Every account starts out with a default "catch-all" account for its domain. This email box will grab all mail heading to [email protected] The login for this box is the same main account login you receive once you have successfully signed-up. Thus, if your root account is "[email protected]" (login of "homepage" - first 8 letters of your domain), there is no need to request an alias to your root account, because all names under your domain are already being filtered into this account.
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