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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by Erictigerawr, Nov 29, 2018.

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    #1 Erictigerawr, Nov 29, 2018
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    Hi @Erictigerawr
    Yes this is possible. You'd just create the forwarder for each email account you want team@ forwarded to. But keep in mind this will only forward sent to team@ and unless you created a team@ mailbox you wouldn't be able to send AS team@
     
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    Sadly this doesn't seem to be working currently. It's sending the email as two separate email threads to the @utdallas emails.
     
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    Hi @Erictigerawr

    Yea it will definitely send them like separate emails. It seems I misunderstood what you were asking for. I believe the mailing list option would work better for you in this instance.

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    How would I make it so anyone who emails the mailing list has their message go through?
     
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    Hi @Erictigerawr

    As long as your members are subscribed to the list anyone subscribed/unsubscribed should get the emails sent to the list.

    So that non-members don't get moderated (or a message that they've been moderated) you can go to cPanel>>Email>>Mailing List -> Manage (next to the mailing list name) -> Privacy Options -> Sender Filters and check "Accept" next to "Action to take for postings from non-members for which no explicit action is defined."


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