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Routing email to more than one adress? [moved]

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by tetsou, Jan 10, 2006.

  1. tetsou

    tetsou Member

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    Routing email to more than one adress?

    Hey guys,

    I was wondering if it is possible to somehow route the email i get on my mail acc: mail1@mydomain.com to this account aswell: mail2@mydomain.com

    This means i want cpanel to send two emails when mail1@mydomain.com gets a new email.
    Is this possible somehow? I checked in the cpanel mail options and couldent find anything that would do the trick for me, i might have missed something ? :)


    Sorry for my bad english explanation :)
     
  2. neonix

    neonix Well-Known Member

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    Login to your webmail account: http://yourdomain.com/webmail

    After login; look for this menu at the bottom.

    [Change Password] [Forwarding Options] [Autoresponder Options] [Aging] [Logout]

    Click on [Forwarding Options] and specify the email address you want a copy of the email to be forwarded.
     
  3. tetsou

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    Thanks alot for the fast reply :D

    I tried this but it doesent seem to make a copy and forward the email :S

    Something might be wrong in some config or so?
     
  4. Lyttek

    Lyttek Well-Known Member

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    Forwarding does just that, send its on without retaining a copy.

    If you want a copy at both places, MailScanner makes for an easy way to handle this. I'm using it to archive a copy of all incoming and outgoing email related to a client's domain (at their request).
     
  5. neonix

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    Lyttek, the method suggested by me does indeed forward a COPY of the mail while retaining the original.

    This is different from the forwarders within cPanel i.e Mail > Forwarders where a copy is not retained as correctly mentioned by you.
     
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