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How import forwarders usin csv method works ?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by markham, Nov 21, 2013.

  1. markham

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    Hi,

    i want to use csv import method for importing several forwarders , but i have some question about it

    1) can use this csv import to forwad 1 alias mail to several adresse ex :
    toto@mydomain.com -> toto@gmail.com,toto@hotmail.com..

    if yes, what is the correct syntax in csv file to do this ?


    2) if i import csv file wich omit several alias, cpanel delete it or it don't touch?

    3) if i want change alias mail fowarders can use csv import ex ?
    toto@mydomain.com->toto@gmail.com,tata@hotmail.com
    become : toto@mydomain.com->toto@gmail.com,titi@yahoo.com ?


    thanks for your answers
     
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    Please use the following format for CSV files when importing forwarders:

    Code:
    source,target
    me@cptest123.info,you@cptest456.info
    me2@cptest123,you2@cptest456.info
    You should use a separate line for each individual forwarder instead of attempting to use multiple destination addresses per line. A verification screen will appear after importing the file that allows you to choose the source/destination forwarder. However, note that modifying existing forwarders with the CSV is not supported.

    Thank you.
     
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