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How would my kid be able to use an email address that does not reflect the service, e.g.. rather than

If your ISP or domain registrar supports forwarding of email, you can simply configure it to autoforward to You would configure your child's email client to get email from the POP3 server but send mail via your ISP's SMTP server. The side effect is that whitelist/blacklist protection is bypassed (only on outgoing messages).

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