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In the Accounts and Import tab of GMail settings, you can add your firstname.lastname@example.org address as another email address that you own. You can then configure Gmail to let you send messages with this email address listed as the sender instead of your GMail address. You can choose which address to use when composing a new message by click the From link. For full ...
What OS is your domain running on? An easy way is using /etc/aliases on Linux/UNIX: root: email@example.com a: firstname.lastname@example.org
The alias file is used for routing of incoming emails. It does not affect the envelope sender of outgoing emails. That's something you need to set in whatever it is you're using to send the emails.
Each time you have modified /etc/aliases you have to launch newaliases command.
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