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Duplicate incoming mail

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by z3d3m0n, Jan 19, 2017.

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    Hello to All Forum members,

    i have a question for cPanel gurus , not sure if it is possible to accomplish this task at all

    i have two domains

    domain.eu and domain.de

    and same aliases like info , support , sales

    the question is , if it is possible duplicate replies.

    eg.

    i send email from info@domain.de and reply comes back to both info@domain.de and info@domain.eu

    this in advance
     
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    it did the trick , thank you very much for your help
     
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    Could you provide some more details on this scenario? For instance, are you trying to exclude info@ from the domain forwarder?

    Thank you.
     
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    Hello
    cPanelMichael,

    i appreciate your help.

    The idea is:

    we have two domains with identical aliases, and with boxes like
    info@example.de and info@example.eu

    a) the .de domain is main ,we need to duplicate incoming mail or better forward incoming mail that is being dropped , from .eu to .de to preserve storage capacity ( is there a way not to duplicate but to forward or remove incoming mail from .eu after it has been forwarded ? ) hope i have clearly described the situation .. i do have some trouble explaining my thoughts)

    b) what does more load on the cpu / ram the general "Domain Forwarders option" or the local forwarding for the each mail box? if the amount increases..

    thank you in advance
     
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    Hello,

    Do you need to send outgoing email from certain addresses from the the @domain.eu email accounts? If not, you can simply remove those individual @domain.eu email accounts and the domain forwarder will still forward those email accounts.

    Otherwise, you will need to setup an individual filter instead of a forwarder for any @domain.eu email accounts that exist:

    Email Filters - Documentation - cPanel Documentation
    How to Configure Mail Filters - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation

    Setup the filter to redirect the email, and then discard it.

    Thank you.
     
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