Email "Forwarding" via a Mailing List where From header matches mailing list address

jmvarelasudy

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Hi, this is my first post here.

I´m not sure wether this issue has been addressed or not but I dont know how to search the topic (what to search I mean).

I am trying to configure a mail [email protected] and configure it so that when lets say [email protected] sends a mail to [email protected] it gets to sarah jane and tom (sorry for the lame examples) :)

This mail has to get to all the "list" with the FROM from [email protected] so that they can reply there and everybody else will get it.

I hope I´m explaineng myself, if not, please DO ask!

Thanks in advance!

Juan
 

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Hi, this is my first post here.

I´m not sure wether this issue has been addressed or not but I dont know how to search the topic (what to search I mean).

I am trying to configure a mail [email protected] and configure it so that when lets say [email protected] sends a mail to [email protected] it gets to sarah jane and tom (sorry for the lame examples) :)

This mail has to get to all the "list" with the FROM from [email protected] so that they can reply there and everybody else will get it.

I hope I´m explaineng myself, if not, please DO ask!

Thanks in advance!

Juan
The described type of e-mail forwarding via a list can be setup using a Mailing List created in cPanel, and then by customizing the Mailing List configuration: cPanel: Main >> Mail >> Mailing Lists
 

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I've revised the thread title in attempt to better describe the request and hopefully attract more people that are familiar with customizing the Mailman-based mailing lists that are created via cPanel.
 

jmvarelasudy

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I've revised the thread title in attempt to better describe the request and hopefully attract more people that are familiar with customizing the Mailman-based mailing lists that are created via cPanel.
The described type of e-mail forwarding via a list can be setup using a Mailing List created in cPanel, and then by customizing the Mailing List configuration: cPanel: Main >> Mail >> Mailing Lists
Thank you to both. I will try my luck with mailman. If anybody can think of guide for dummies for mailman I would appreciate it.

I´ll start a new post on mailman if relevant.

Thanks agian.

Regards

Juan
 

cPanelDon

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Thank you to both. I will try my luck with mailman. If anybody can think of guide for dummies for mailman I would appreciate it.

I´ll start a new post on mailman if relevant.

Thanks agian.

Regards

Juan
For in-depth information regarding configuration I recommend searching the official Mailman documentation (as linked below):