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forwarding to multiple accounts

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mmancini, Jan 12, 2003.

  1. mmancini

    mmancini Active Member

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    I have 2 scenarios that I am unclear of:
    1) a client wants a copy of all email to go to the admin@ email account and a copy to go to the user. If I create pop accounts for the user and admin@ and forward the user to admin@ then how do the users get a copy? Does it send it both places automatically?
    2) similar scenario....2 users want their mail sent to hotmail and they also have an alias! joe@ & smith@ are there emails and they want both to go to 1 and also to joe@hotmail.com. That one has me stumped!

    Thanks!
     
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    teck Well-Known Member

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    [quote:8ae4039681][i:8ae4039681]Originally posted by mmancini[/i:8ae4039681]

    I have 2 scenarios that I am unclear of:
    1) a client wants a copy of all email to go to the admin@ email account and a copy to go to the user. If I create pop accounts for the user and admin@ and forward the user to admin@ then how do the users get a copy? Does it send it both places automatically?
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    didnt want to read above but, create a pop account called admin@domain.com you can also create a forward called admin@domain.com that goes to user@yahoo.com. when email is sent to admin@domain.com, it's delivered locally to the pop account as well as it gets forwarded to user@yahoo.com. got it?

    [quote:8ae4039681]
    2) similar scenario....2 users want their mail sent to hotmail and they also have an alias! joe@ & smith@ are there emails and they want both to go to 1 and also to joe@hotmail.com. That one has me stumped!

    Thanks![/quote:8ae4039681]

    not sure what you mean but i'll take a stab. create joe@ and smith@ pop accounts. then create a joe@ and smith@ and have them both forward to joe@hotmail.com. in this situation, email sent to joe@ and smith@ will get delivered to their own email boxes as well as it will both forward to joe@hotmail.com.
     
  3. mmancini

    mmancini Active Member

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    didn't work

    Well, I created a pop account test@ and forwarded another@ to test@ and sent an email to another@ and test never got it.
     
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