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I don't know if my answer comes too late but stick with .email. Before Google registered abc.xyz, most .xyz registrations were either imposed to clients of some big registrars - given for free - or sold for USD 1 to Chinese customers. The agenda was clear. Make .xyz seem like the no. 1 new TLD by inflating the numbers. I'm a big fan boy of the new more ...


To answer your question, it's absolutely safe to use any valid domain extension you wish. Any email validator that restricts .email is simply built wrong. While many of them actually are built incorrectly, most of these are limited to very small, custom use-cases, and likely wouldn't affect your use of mission-critical applications (e.g. I would highly doubt ...

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