Since people ask me very often about my currently valid e-mail-address, I thought to answer the question once and for all here in this post.
Ok, I am not the person who stays with one e-mail provider for 20 years, but neither do I change my address every day. When I count all e-mail providers I used during my entire life, I count only 4. And when I changed my address, it was always for a good reason.
You can see my current address at the top of the post, but the best thing is, that you can write e-mails to all my addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org, my private GMail-Account, my Outlook.com-address and my Outlook.de-address. Eventually, they will all (including the ones sent to email@example.com) arrive at my Outlook.com account.
But now the most important question: Why do you want us to send all e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org?
Actually, I don’t care, since they are all forwarded. But I thought that since I already have my own domain, it might be a nice thing to use that domain for my mails, too. That’s it.
Btw, you can also send your mails to FredIsMyGod@fredplus10.me, it’s forwarded, too 🙂