If a customer creates an email forwarder, it is written to /etc/valiases/domain
If a customer creates a domain forwarder, it is written to /etc/vdomainaliases/domain
I have one customer who has a domain forwarder set as follows...
domain1.com > domain2.com
If I look in the default email settings - for domain1 it is set to catch-all to the user account mailbox.
So the domain forwarder doesnt work. If you send email to domain1 it is not forwarded to domain2. Instead it goes into the catch-all mailbox
What I'm trying to figure out is why the domain forwarding has not overwridden the default setting. If I set it to :fail: it will bounce so I'm confused as to how this should work.
Currently valiases says "*: username" and vdomainaliases says "domain1.com: domain2.com"
When working correctly, should cpanel remove the "*: username" entry from /etc/valiases/domain ?