There are several solutions to use your own email address and domain with Parseur.
Option 1: Use auto forward rules
This options is the easiest to setup but it is not suited for very large volume of emails. In fact, email providers usually restrict the volume of auto forwards per day or week.
Check out this page to learn more about setting up auto-forward rules.
Option 2: Use alias in Google Suite
Use this option if you:
use Google Suite for Business emails addresses,
AND have admin access to your GSuite account
With this option, you can use Parseur as a white label totally transparently.
Set up White labeling email address with GSuite:
Log into your Google Admin Console using your Administrator account
Go to App > G Suite > Gmail > Advanced settings
Make sure your top-level organization is highlighted at the top
Scroll down to the Recipient address map section
If it shows Not Configured yet, click Configure
Enter a short description
Under the Routing Options, select whether you want a copy of the redirected emails using the Also route to original destination checkbox
Enter the address mapping. Each mapping must include two addresses on a single line, separated by a comma. Example:Let's say you want to redirect emails coming to your [email protected] email address to your Parseur mailbox [email protected]. Enter the following in the box: [email protected], [email protected]
When finished, click Add setting or Save
Click Save changes at the bottom of the "Email settings" page
Reference: Apply aliases to recipient addresses
Option 3: Use aliases in other email providers
Other email provider may offer an alias feature similar to Google Suite. Contact your email domain administrator to see what's possible in terms of redirecting your own email address to a Parseur email address.
Option 4: Use custom MX records
We can work with you to setup custom MX records on your domain that will redirect to Parseur. This option is available to Enterprise users. You can request for a quote for this service on this page.