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send a copy of my mail

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by blimpmedia, Jul 14, 2008.

  1. blimpmedia

    blimpmedia Registered

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    This question has more than likely been asked before.

    I'd like any emails that come to "myname@domain.com.au" sent as a copy to my yahoo email account. Is this possible through cPanel?

    Reason for this is I have just purchased an iPhone 3G and would like to get all my personal/business emails pushed to my phone rather than have it send/receive every 15min.

    Or is it possible to have cPanel push "myname@domain.com.au" instead of the above solution?
     
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    Just setup an e-mail forward. It will take the e-mail address things come to, and you enter the address you want them to go to. If the original e-mail address exists on the system, then it will basically copy the message to the additional e-mail account.

    For example. You have a@domain.com. You want all e-mails goign to a@domain.com to be sent to b@yahoo.com. Just setup a forward with the address to forward being a@domain.com, and the forward address being b@yahoo.com.

    Now, if a@domain.com actually has a mailbox on the system, it will still receive the e-mails, and they will be copied to b@yahoo.com. If a@domain.com does not have an actual e-mail account setup, then all the e-mails will just be forwarded to the b@yahoo.com.

    HOpe it helps.
     
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    hergy80 thanks heaps you have been a great help.

    Can anyone tell me does cPanel support:

    1. IMAP

    2. PUSH EMAIL
     
  4. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    cPanel/WHM supports IMAP. We do not natively support non-standard implementations of IMAP that incorporate push functionality.
     
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    addon domain

    Hi,
    Will this equally work with addon domains? That is, will the forward work with addon domaines?
    Many thanks
    Neil
     
  6. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Are you asking: if you set up a forwarder such as forward@example.com and now you have an add-on domain such as example.net, would forward@example.net automatically forward just because you have forward@example.com as your primary domain?

    If that is your question, the answer is by default, cPanel/WHM will treat each domain independently as far as mail goes. Therefore, setting up example.net as an add-on domain to example.com does not automatically mean forward@example.net will go to forward@example.com.

    However, you can set up an Email Domain Forwarder. With Email Domain Forwarders, you can forward all mail from one domain to corresponding addresses on another domain. You can set up Email Domain Forwarders on the same screen as regular Forwarders, just scroll to the bottom of that page.
     
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