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Email forwarding is a feature, which forwards an email that
originated from your domain, to another email address. The
forwarding address can be another email address within 'your
domain', or to an 'external email' address, (for example to your
home ISP email account).
|Please note that we do not recommend
using a forwarder which points to any America Online (AOL)
email address for the following reason: Should you
report any spam in your AOL inbox which was originally sent to
your website domain forwarding address, AOL will likely
falsely accuse your own website as the guilty spamming
party. This may result in your website being blacklisted
by America Online servers, which can greatly decrease
functionality and communication with a large amount of AOL
How to setup a mail forward:
1) Login to C-Panel and click on the Mail icon
2) Select "Forwarders"
3) Enter the desired name in the first part of the forwarding
email address (this can be anything you like) (i.e. email@example.com)
4) Enter any valid email address you would like the
forwarding email address to send a copy to. This can be an
existing pop account in your control panel, or your home ISP email
address (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org).
5) Select "Add Forward". Note: Forwarding email
addresses operate independently of any existing pop accounts.
All messages will now be forwarded to the forwarding address,
and with a copy sent to you.
Need to Forward to more than one person?
Simply repeat the above process using the same address you've
setup as the forward, and enter the additional recipients you
would like to send a copy of the message to. You can delete
forwards when you no longer require them.
Testing your forward.
If you want to test your new mail forward, it's recommended
that the email account you're testing from "is not" one of the
accounts you're using in conjunction with the forwarder you've
just setup. For example, if you've configured email@example.com
to forward copies to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com, then
send a test message from an email address, other than one of the
addresses you've just setup, otherwise it can somewhat confusing
in figuring out which message was coming from the actual forward,
and which was the original sent from you.