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Email forwarding

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Kowalski Avesky, May 11, 2006.

  1. Kowalski Avesky

    Kowalski Avesky New Member

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    Hi,

    Simple question: I have a main domain (domain.com) and some parked domains (park1.com, park2.com). I would like to forward every email sent to the parked domains to the main domain.

    johndoe @ park1.com -> johndoe @ domain.com
    janedoe @ park2.com -> janedoe @ domain.com

    We have a RHE 3 server running cPanel 10.8.1.

    Any clue?

    I really hope that I don't have to create all the accounts and forwards manually for each parked domain. That is just insane...
     
  2. sparek-3

    sparek-3 Active Member

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    I think you are wanting E-mail Domain Forwarding.

    In your control panel click on the Mail link then on the Email Domain Forwarding link.

    You would want to set up:

    park1.com => domain.com
    park2.com => domain.com


    Then when someone writes joebob@park1.com, that message would be delivered into the joebob@domain.com account and the user would see the message when they check the joebob@domain.com mail account.
     
  3. tuxdesk

    tuxdesk Member

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    Please try to setup mail forward in /etc/valiases properly.
     

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