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How to configure CPanel to copy all incoming and outcoming mail to an email account

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by bengyeow, Aug 7, 2003.

  1. bengyeow

    bengyeow Member

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    Dear all, kindly enlighten me how I can configure CPanel to copy all incoming and outcoming mail to an email account.

    Cheers,
    Beng Yeow

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    abusedreality Well-Known Member

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    I would also like to know how to do this

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    can anyone help?

    help please? any advise would be appreciated.

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    can't anyone help please.... need enlightenment.... kindly assist please

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    Easier to link/quote then explain it myself. Also be sure to use the batch_max = 1 variable as well to avoid multiple copies of the same email--as multiple recipients yields multiple copies with that option.

    Also, next time don't be so lazy. Exim has great documentation, you could have easily figured this out on your own.

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    What if I only want to configure for that particular domain which is a CPanel Account in the server.

    Where's the configuration file to edit?

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    Here is what I did, and it seem to work fine:

    - go to directory /etc/valiases
    - open file according to domain in focus
    - enter following:

    *: username,mailaddress_that_gets_copy

    - replace username with actual username and mail address with actual mail address

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    How do I activate the maildir_format ???

    When I try the code, I get the following error :
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    2003-08-22 14:55:00 Exim configuration error in line 818:
    option "maildir_format" unknown
    Exim version 4.20 #1 built 16-Aug-2003 13:16:15
    Copyright (c) University of Cambridge 2003
    Berkeley DB: Sleepycat Software: Berkeley DB 3.3.11: (July 12, 2001)
    Support for: PAM Perl OpenSSL
    Authenticators: cram_md5 plaintext spa
    Routers: accept dnslookup ipliteral manualroute queryprogram redirect
    Transports: appendfile autoreply pipe smtp
    Configuration file has an invalid syntax. Please try again.

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    anand Well-Known Member

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    This option will make copies for all mails rite ?? Can you please suggest something where i can duplicate mails for one email id ?? Can the code posted by you be modified to do the same ??

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