Most of the people who are new to web design and blogging don’t understand the capabilities that come free with their domain, so they don’t take advantage of them.
Why not use the domain email which is free with your hosting account? Using email addresses like firstname.lastname@example.org will look much more professional than the personal email—and the best part is, it’s free!
Forwarded email addresses are sometimes called “aliases”. An alias, as you know, is another name that refers to a given person. This means you can have any email address you want provided you own the domain name, and you’ll be able to access it from anywhere a browser is handy. Setting it up is a little intimidating, but if you follow these steps, you should be in the clear. (And you only have to set it up once!)
Some important integrate to get your new domain email with Gmail.
Sign in to your Gmail account.
Go to options, then to mail settings then click accounts and imports.
Check send mail as and click on add another email address.
In the popup that appears, fill in your details add the new domain email address you just created then click next.
Click on send verification and a verification email will be delivered to your inbox. Simply click on the link to verify it and you are done.
Now click on compose email and see the changes you’ve made in action.
I hope these steps are clear enough for you to set up your own domain email address.