Hi --

I'm about to purchase the .net version of one of my .com's, at the very least to simply reserve it. Then I started thinking of other options...

If I'm going to purchase and have it parked anyway, why don't I actively use it for email. (since I was planning on using everyone.net's service to supply my visitors with the .com address email -- that way I can keep business separate from that.)

My question is: Do I have to sign up a new account with my current web host ($25/mo) to just activate the .net address and be able to just use it for email? Or is there an option that I'm not aware of (excluding any forwarding services since I want to be able to use Outlook to send out my .net email).

Thanks for any input.

--Joshua