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Web mail forwarding

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by tatang, Mar 3, 2004.

  1. tatang

    tatang Registered

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    I need to forward all mail coming into @mydomain.com to another mailbox in another place: tim@mynewdomain.com

    How do I do this? I have searched the forums and noone asking this question has gotten an answer.

    again I want all mail going to @mydomain.com to be forwarded to a different email address.
     
  2. fishfreek

    fishfreek Well-Known Member

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    Log into cpanel. Click on the mail icon. Then click on the default address.

    Set your default address to be the address you want ALL mail to go to that does not corespond to an established e-mail account.

    Then go in and delete all e-mail accounts on your domain. This way every bit of mail sent to your domain is sent to the new e-mail address at the other domain.
     
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    osfdeath Well-Known Member

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  4. BrightAdmin

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    Hi tatang,

    Using your Cpanel you can forward your @yourdomain.com to any other place newdomain.com. You can do using:

    Control panel -->> Mail Manager Main Menu -->> forwarder.

    add the entry in it.

    This will work to solve the problem. Your domains more than one email can be forwarded to the same place.


    Regards,

    Bright:)
     
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