iOS 15.4 Beta Adds Support for Setting Up Custom Email Domains With iCloud Mail

The iOS 15.4 beta that was introduced today expands support for the custom email domain feature available for iCloud+, adding an option to set up a custom domain with ?iCloud? Mail directly on the iPhone.

If you go to Settings > Apple ID > ?iCloud?, “?iCloud? Mail” is now a tappable option and it includes a section for setting up a Custom Email Domain.

Prior to now, custom domains were able to be set up with ?iCloud? Mail, but Apple’s iCloud.com website was required to get it working and there was no option to set it up right on the ?iPhone? or iPad.

Setting up a custom email domain requires a paid ?iCloud?+ storage plan, which is priced starting at $0.99. The feature is designed to allow a custom email address like “johnny@appleseed.com” to be used for sending and receiving emails using ?iCloud? Mail. Though the custom domain feature uses ?iCloud? Mail, emails will be addressed to and sent from the custom domain.

Each ?iCloud? user can add up to five custom domains to ?iCloud? Mail, and members of a Family Sharing group can also use those domains. Email addresses that are currently used with the custom domain are supposed, and there’s also an option to set up new email addresses with the domain.

Custom Email Domain settings on the ?iPhone? and ?iPad? will make it much easier to use custom email addresses. It’s worth noting that this same feature is also available on the Mac under the System Preferences > ?Apple ID? > ?iCloud? Mail, but it does not yet appear to be functional.Related Roundups: iOS 15, iPadOS 15Tags: iCloud, MailRelated Forums: iOS 15, Apple Music, Apple Pay/Card, iCloud, Fitness+This article, “iOS 15.4 Beta Adds Support for Setting Up Custom Email Domains With iCloud Mail” first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums

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Author: Juli Clover