How to forward to multiple addresses in cPanel
It would be convenient not only to collect mail from several email boxes into one, but also to send from one address to many others. Is it possible by the means of cPanel? Yes, it is possible. <>
- 1. I did everything as it is described in the article “How to create email forwarder in cPanel”.
- 2. I repeated the procedure for the same address as many times as necessary, each time giving new destination address.
- 3. I checked thoroughly the correctness of all the addresses.
- 4. It is possible to write two destination addresses at a time, they should be separated by a semi-column without any space between the addresses.
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With one email I wanted to inform all users of my site about some important event. I did everything as it is described in the article “How to create email forwarder in cPanel”. I repeated the forwarding for one address as many times as necessary, each time giving new destination address.
To speed up the procedure I wrote 2 addresses in one line. First, I separated them with a space and it was wrong. The program considered them as one email address.
When I separated addresses with a semi-column and a space, it didn’t work either. It worked only when the addresses were separated only by semi-column.
I tested everything and found a mistake in typing address, so it is important to check the correctness at every stage:
I made also forwards of the mail to the external host address.
As only inbox messages are forwarded, message from email@example.com won’t forward unless it comes to this address. So, it is convenient to create one more box, for example, firstname.lastname@example.org and to send from it all messages to email@example.com. The inbox messages from firstname.lastname@example.org will forward to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.