There is a drop-down list that includes subdomains when using the "Default Address" option in cPanel.I was unable to find where to create the subdomain default address. I created another account just to house the bounce subdomain.
Mailmain is a third-party application, so the same functionality is not applied to standard emails with Exim. You might want to post on the Mailman forums to determine exactly how they implement that functionality.As for mailman it somehow gets the emails sent to its mailbox like [email protected]
where the account is mylist and different functions like join are used to supply information. My CiviCRM needs to use information in the address to know how to deal with the incoming mail. It is not possible to establish a mailbox for each as it often includes the intended recipient of the email so when it is returned it knows what to manage.
Thank you for taking the time to report your results. Are you referring to logging into an email account, creating an email account with a plus symbol, or receiving an email from a remote server addressed to [email protected]?I just found that my standard installation of cPanel does accept emails with a + in them, given I have a default account set. Perhaps you were referring to plus addressing (as the title states) as opposed to emails containing pluses.
He is referring to having an email address like [email protected].
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