Yeah, that's what I was hoping for.
Oddly enough, the problem I am having now is all my friends say that when they try to E-mail me at my .mac account, it just gets rerouted back to them with a message something around the lines of invalid account?
I can't even set up my .mac account in the mail application anymore like I used to, all the SMTP settings keep saying try another setup. Is their some place to get the correct mail settings?
The bouncing and the setup in Mail are unrelated. If you are set up for iCloud then all three addresses should receive Mail. What operating system are you using? (Please always post this when you have a question.) If Lion or Mountain Lion you shouldn't try to set it up in Mail: sign out in System Preferences>iCloud then sign back in again. Then enable Mail in the checklist - this should set Mail up properly.
If you are using an earlier system you should follow the procedure appropriate to your system here:
As to the bouncing, you will probably have to take this up with Support:
if you currently happen to have AppleCare, either because you recently bought Apple hardware or have paid to extend the inititial period, you can contact them here:
You will need the serial number of the covered hardware.
If you are not covered by AppleCare, then - in common with other free email services - there is no free support (MobileMe Support is no longer available) and you will probably be asked to pay a fee.