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SOLVED Forward email to multiple addresses

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Jack Gold, Jun 8, 2017.

  1. Jack Gold

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    I don't know that this is even possible but I've been asked to do this.

    I work for a municipal government. Since the recent elections, the Board is short one Trustee position. They want me to set up a special email address and post a notice on the web site for interested candidates to submit a letter of intent. That's the easy part.

    The hard part is that they would like for each submission to be forwarded to each of the four current Board members. Is that possible or will one Trustee have to receive the email then forward it to the other three?

    Thanks!
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    You don't even need to setup an email account if you don't wish to. You can create a simple forward and set it to forward to multiple email addresses easy enough.
     

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    Awesome! Thanks!
     
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    Happy to help. :)
     
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    Just wanted to comment that this solution works. Tried and tested. Thanks.
     
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    I have tried this solution to get 1 email address (info@) forwarded to 2 recipients and it doesn't seem to work. Firstly separating the email by a comma still resulted in two forwarder entries in the list and the first forwarder in the list works, but the one below it does not. This is the same issue I had when I was creating them as two separate forwarders. I'm confused?
     
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    Could you post a screenshot of how the forwarder is configured? Also, do any email filters exist on the account, and do the email addresses you are forwarding to exist as email accounts?

    Thank you.
     
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    I just solved this for myself, so I wanted to share with you that you must leave *no empty space* between the comma and addresses.
     
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