You can link alternative e-mail addresses, called aliases, to your postel.bzh account. Like the messages sent to your main e-mail address, e-mails sent to your aliases will arrive directly into your mailbox.
You can create aliases then use them to send and receive e-mails. You can delete them at any time. You can also change your main e-mail address by choosing your new main e-mail address among your aliases. In order to prevent abuses, the number of aliases which can be created over a period of 30 days is limited.
Warning! You can only use your main e-mail address to connect to your postel.bzh account on the webmail, with a mail client, or with an app.
The Alias++ feature allows you to use aliases to receive e-mails without creating them beforehand. Just add the ++ characters followed by the keyword of your choice at the end of your login, before the @ (for instance: firstname.lastname@example.org).
In order to no longer receive messages sent to a specific alias++, you can invalidate it.
You can also use an alias++ based on one of your standard aliases. It is not possible to use an alias++ as the sender address of your messages.