Rather than setting up a forwarder, you could utilize the "User Level Filtering" option for the first email address. Setup a rule to redirect the email sent to the first address, and then have the additional rule discard the message.
Hi MichaelI was unable to reproduce the behavior you have described when using the "User Level Filtering" option. It worked as expected and forwarded the email after discarding the message. Could you take a screenshot or let us know the exact actions configured for the filter? Also, could you confirm the forwarder itself is removed when enabling the filter?
Do you have any third-party applications installed that could alter the behavior of Exim? The /var/log/exim_mainlog file should output the filter action. Feel free to open a support ticket so we can take a closer look:I've tested with just the "Discard Message" option enabled and saved. There's no forwarding setup, the email still lands in the 1st mailbox.
Thank you Michael. Ticket created.Do you have any third-party applications installed that could alter the behavior of Exim? The /var/log/exim_mainlog file should output the filter action. Feel free to open a support ticket so we can take a closer look:
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