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copying email/forwarding to another address

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by minker, Apr 28, 2007.

  1. minker

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    I have 6 email accounts currently on my domain, I need to get any email sent to 5 of them copied to my 6th account too so I can view when out and about etc as only have one set up on laptop.

    So if my emails are mick@domain.com, and sales@domain.com etc etc, I want everything copied to the others to mick@domain.com whilst still going to the other accounts.

    Is there a way of doing this?

    Thanks
     
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    add your email mick@domain.com into the forwarding for each of the account you want a copy to go into your account.
     
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    Thanks!

    that simple? I wasn't sure if forwarding would forward it completely and prevent it from hitting the account itself... so this way it will download to the account still and also forward to another email?
     
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    Yes, it'll deliver to both addresses (the mail account and the forwarder).
     
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    Thanks

    thats great news! many thanks
     
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    can this be done to direct them to ANY acount or does it have to be one of the "domain.com" ones?
     
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    You can forward to any account, so that 'user@domain.com' forwards to 'nuther-user@da-domain.org' for example
     
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    Does this work in CP11?

    Hello Everybody,

    I'd just like to confirm what I'm hearing, since it doesn't seem to be working on my end (though it could be a config issue...)

    If I have e-mail addresses A@Server1.com and B@Server2.com, and I set up a forwarder for A@Server1.com to forward e-mail to B@Server2.com, any e-mail being addressed to A@Server1.com would appear in both A@Server1.com and B@Server2.com's inboxes, right?

    What am I doing wrong? :(

    <whaaaa!> :)

    - Z
     
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    E-Mail Forwarding / Copying

    Did that... The only thing I can think of is that I did a domain transfer from another server, and that might have messed things up. Still, I DID create and DO have an e-mail account (exemplar: "A@Server1.com") and still it's not working. (Everything's just going to B@Server2.com.)

    Is there a config file setting that I could tweak manually?

    Anybody?

    Anybody?

    :)

    Thanks -

    Mike Z.
     
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