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Single email goes to multiple inboxes

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by jmartinmds, Jul 22, 2016.

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    I need to set up an account for which any email sent to that account will be forwarded to all other active inboxes.

    For example, an email sent to support@domain.com would be forwarded to jeff@domain.com, betsy@domain.com, craig@domain.com, etc. Is there a simpler way than setting up one-to-one forwarding for every account (there are quite a few and this would be rather tedious).
     
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    You should be able to create a forward (only, no actual email account) to multiple email addresses. Separate the emails with a comma.
     
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    But I still need to key in all the addresses that way, correct? That's the step I'm looking to bypass. There are a lot of accounts that will be connected to this address.
     
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    What sort of step do you envision for this exactly? There are no buttons to "select all" "add forwarder", unfortunately, if that's what you mean.
     
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    I don't think that works. But try it and let us know.
     
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    It doesn't. As soon as I put the asterisk in cpanel rejected it as a valid destination. looks like I'm doing this the hard way... Thanks for taking a look
     
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    I didn't think it would. Can you imagine if you added *@gmail.com? :rolleyes:

    I was able to add *@mydomain.com and sent an email to see if it forwarded, but, there's "No Such User Here" named *, so it bounced.

    GL!
     
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