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How can I add an email domain to firefox monitor?

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Say I own example.com and the email domain *@example.com, is there a way to monitor the entire domain? The domain I wan't to monitor is only used by me but I have 100+ individual emails in use, some of which I don't even have a record of anymore.

Say I own example.com and the email domain *@example.com, is there a way to monitor the entire domain? The domain I wan't to monitor is only used by me but I have 100+ individual emails in use, some of which I don't even have a record of anymore.

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AFAIK Monitor does not have this feature, but the service it uses in the background, has this. Take a look here: https://haveibeenpwned.com/DomainSearch

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AFAIK Monitor does not have this feature, but the service it uses in the background, has this. Take a look here: https://haveibeenpwned.com/DomainSearch

AFAIK Monitor does not have this feature, but the service it uses in the background, has this. Take a look here: https://haveibeenpwned.com/DomainSearch
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Any plans to add this feature in the future?

Any plans to add this feature in the future?
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I have this issue too as I own a domain and use meaningful account names.

So, for instance, I could have google@example.com, mozilla@example.com, netflix@example.com, amazon@example.com etc.

This meanst that any time I want to find e-mail from a particular company, I just search on their name and they all appear.

It also means that if I start getting spam addressed to company@example.com, I know who has been passing on my details to others.

But I can't (even if I could remember them) put every single meaningful account name into Firefox Monitor, so I would find it very useful to be able to find any compromises of *@example.com

I have this issue too as I own a domain and use meaningful account names. So, for instance, I could have google@example.com, mozilla@example.com, netflix@example.com, amazon@example.com etc. This meanst that any time I want to find e-mail from a particular company, I just search on their name and they all appear. It also means that if I start getting spam addressed to company@example.com, I know who has been passing on my details to others. But I can't (even if I could remember them) put every single meaningful account name into Firefox Monitor, so I would find it very useful to be able to find any compromises of *@example.com
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