Inovica

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Hi

Is it possible to redirect whole families of e-mail address
so that &name&@some.domain gets redirected to &name&@another.domain.
Can this be done using the cpanel mail redirect facilities?

Ade
 

parag

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[quote:7c128c51e9][i:7c128c51e9]Originally posted by Inovica[/i:7c128c51e9]

Hi

Is it possible to redirect whole families of e-mail address
so that &name&@some.domain gets redirected to &name&@another.domain.
Can this be done using the cpanel mail redirect facilities?

Ade[/quote:7c128c51e9]

yes thats possible with cpanel.

go to mail menu / then forwarders. add all the possible combinations of [email protected] -& [email protected]

you can redirect all the mails to different domain.

mail me if you get into probs

best regards,
Parag
 

SoftmegUK

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Um..

You could also change the default address to the [email protected] address. Then all email that hasnt got an pop3, forwarder, autoresponder or is a mailing list will get forwarded to the newdomain address.

Hope this helps!
 

phytoon

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Forward with A Copy at the original account

I need to forward my email to another account and yet want to keep a copy in my original account. It's not possible through CPanel as I see.

Any solution?
 

kosmo

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