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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by Stevie, Mar 10, 2004.

  1. Stevie

    Stevie Member

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    I have an e-mail that's coming to one address how can forward that to 2 separate addresses automatically.
     
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  3. Stevie

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    Really that easy?
     
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    Yup!!!!

    You can add as many as you like. The only thing I dislike about this feature is that you can't edit an existing forward, you have to delete and re-create. But, I can live with that;)
     
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    Hi Stevie,

    As suggested earlier by bamasbest, if you want to forward email to multiple addresses, separate the addresses with a comma and a space, like this:

    forward1@abc.com, forward2@def.com

    You can create a .forward file in your home directory to specify the forwarders.

    Regards, :eek:
     
  6. EcoHosting

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    forwarding of entire domain

    Is it possible to forward the entire domains email? a catch-all and then forward.

    G
     
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    wadearnold Well-Known Member

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    I am also looking to make a catch all forward. I have search through the cpanel archieves and found @@domainname.com -> forward@address.com and also when creating the catch-all to have the name on the right side the domain that you would like all email forwarded to. neither of these examples or at least work for a domain name off of the server. Thanks for you help!

    wade
     
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    A forwarding catch-all account is the same as defining that the catch-all account is the account you want to forward your mail to. Just set the catch-all account to the destination address.
     
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