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Forwarding using filter

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by ksaied, May 21, 2014.

  1. ksaied

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    Dear Sir,

    I'am using Account level filtering to make a rule and then forward to an email.

    The feature available is only redirect, i want the email delivered normally then forwarded (copied) to other email.

    Any Solution ?
     
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    Do you have an actual email account created?
    If you have email account john @ domain.com, and a forwarder created, john @ domain.com > sue @ domaintoo.com, both will get the email.
     
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    I'am talking about Account level filtering to forwarders.

    How to forward an email using Account level filtering ?

    Thanks,

    - - - Updated - - -

    I'am talking about Account level filtering not forwarders.

    How to forward an email using Account level filtering ?

    Thanks,
     
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    Thanks for the above thread but it doesn't solve my problem.

    The needed action -- Forward email (copy) and also deliver to the original recipient
    The action done now -- Email is directed without delivering to the original recipient
     
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    I created an account:
    john @ domain.com
    I created an Account Level Filter, 2 actually.

    First one called Redirect my email:
    To - Equals - john @ domain.com
    Actions - Redirect to email - sue @ domaintoo.com
    Saved.

    Second one called Copy my email:
    To - Equals - john @ domain.com
    Actions - Deliver to folder - /domain.com/john
    Saved.

    Sent an email to john@ and it was copied and forwarded.

    The order of the filters mattered.
     
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    I want 2 things

    I want to forward all emails sent to all emails of @domain.com to copy@domain.com

    I want to forward all emails sent from all emails of @domain.com to copy@domain.com
     
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    So, you could change the details I've provided above. Change the "Equals" to "Contains" in BOTH rules. Remove john, just have @domain.com

    If this doesn't do what you want, I clearly don't understand what you're wanting to do.
     
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    I want to forward any email sent to any email address @domain.com to copy@domain.com and also the email is delivered to the original recipient.
     
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    See posts above for how to do that.
     
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