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Redirecting E-Mails and receiving them...

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Gencer, Dec 25, 2010.

  1. Gencer

    Gencer Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I searched this topic before submitting but i couldn't find anything closer.

    Lets say i have a domain called X.COM. and another domain called Y.COM

    I want to redirect all emails from X.COM to Y.COM with MX Entry (Exchange)

    Anyway, i log in to cpanel and change x.com's mx entry to Y.COM. Thats OK. But the problem is how can i receive x.com's e-mails from Y.COM?

    What should i do?

    I have WHM/SSH Root access for both domains.

    Waiting for the replies,
    Gencer.
     
  2. markhard

    markhard Well-Known Member

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    why not create a forwarder or domain alias?
     
  3. Gencer

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    I want to check my users domains first before they can redirect their emails to my servers.
    So MX Record == my domain then i will let them to do it.

    Also i just want to learn how to handle mx records and exchange. (If im correct many hostings are not accept forwarding etc.. So DNS Updates are much more easier -as i said if i am correct-)

    If i cant handle it i will consider forwarding as a last hope ;)
     
    #3 Gencer, Dec 25, 2010
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