I registered a domain with www.quickdomains.com and you can set this up, along with (nasty) frames-based forwarding to your site. If you don't have a site attached to that domain I guess it's not a problem. I don't know if you can transfer domain names to them or if it's only available if you register through them. The costs were included in the domain registration. HTH Liz > >I want to be able to host a mail domain (actually >it's for family, but hey, it sounds like a business model to >me) which allows me/users to have mail forwarded >to their own 'normal' email address. > >So I can get >alice at thisdomain.net forwarding to alice837 at talk21.com >bob at thisdomain.net forwarding to bthing at hotmail.com >etc > >and the users can update their own addresses as need be. > >This is kind of part of the deal that some web hosts >offer, but the only web access I need is for the admin. > >I don't need POP boxen, but I do need forwarding. > >Ideas? Costs?