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Dot.tk Email Set Up

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Im trying to set up a dot.tk virtual email address ive made my domain a email domain via the dot.tk website, and i clicked on tk mail. i then put my aj@aj-email.tk then theres a arrow pointing to the right dunno what this means. but if i leave it blank , the page reloads and it doesnt do anything

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    I also have this problem any help would be appreciated. m

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You are supposed to put in your email address, the one that you want all the mail that is sent to xxxxx@xxxxx.tk (the new email you are creating) to be forwarded to

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