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Hi, I currently have a domain at GoDaddy.com and comes with ten unlimited email addresses. Whenever I use one of these addresses, i.e. su@camtz.com, the camtz.com is my domain name and I want to continue to use that domain name except that I want to use Microsoft Outlook to send and receive emails because my iPhone and iPad sink up with my Outlook Calendar and contacts.

My carrier is AT&T and when using Outlook, I have to use "@sbcglobal.net".  My question is, could I switch over to Microsoft Outlook and continue to use @camtz.com instead of @sbcglobal.net?
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You should be able to use camtz.com.  The SMTp (outgoing ) server address should be provided by godaddy.  if you can't use the SMTP server with your iPhone or iPad and you're forced to use another I would get in contact with both providers.  that's not how it's supposed to work.
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Yes.

The sbcglobal.net is domain for At&t.

The only thing you will need to confirm with your email hosting through GoDaddy is that they will allow you to connect either with imap or pop/smtp to send/recieve mail through that serivice.

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Many thanks
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