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Forwarders to :fail: and/or :blackhole:

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ericjay, Jun 23, 2003.

  1. ericjay

    ericjay Registered

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    Is it possible to create forwarders with :fail: and/or :blackhole: as their destination from the cPanel interface?

    Thanks.

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    Yep

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    Yeah, too bad they don't work.

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    Hmm... based on the first reply of "yep," I went ahead and gave them a try... they both seemed to work on my system...

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    Whenever one of our clients send a support ticket of email problems, the first place I look is their cpanel to see if they have

    :fail: setup.

    and remove it.

    the last three occassions upon removing :fail: has resolved their email issue.

    Mine is not the question why! but to do or die.

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