For each confirmed domain, you can set up an alias (get messages from addresses on another domain), choose the default address, and create an address book with shared domain contacts.
You can use the Yandex.Mail for Domain API to assign additional administrators. These administrators can manage the domain's mailboxes, but not the general configuration.
This function is useful for people who have more than one domain. You can add an alias to any of your domains.
If one of your domains is already connected to Yandex.Mail for Domain and has some mailboxes, then you can make the second domain its alias. This means that emails sent to the mailbox with the same name in the alias domain will also be delivered to the main domain mailbox.
If you make the domain "yourdomain2.tld" an alias for "yourdomain1.tld", the address "firstname.lastname@example.org" will also get messages sent to "email@example.com.
Choose the alias in the Domain alias list.
An alias must be a domain that doesn't have mailboxes and is already connected to Yandex.Mail for Domain. If you don't have any domains like this, the drop-down list is empty.
You can add an unlimited number of aliases for one domain.
You can make any of the mailboxes on the domain the default address. Emails sent to a nonexistent mailbox on your domain will arrive at this address.
To assign one of the mailboxes as the default address:
Email addresses that belong to the same domain can be combined in a shared address book. When filling out the To: field, these addresses will be displayed as pop-up hints.
To create shared contacts, go to the domain settings and click the enable link next to the corresponding item:
Additional administrators can manage mailboxes and their settings, but they don't have access to the domain settings and DNS records.
You can add administrators via the Yandex.Mail for Domain API.