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It´s possible to make an email forward from one domain to another?

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by JordiR, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. JordiR

    JordiR New Pleskian

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    I would to know if it´s possible to make a email forwarding from @a.com to @b.com without specifying each email account.
     
  2. pichlo

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    Hey,

    I think you have two options:

    1. go into the subscription and select the mail register. in the head line you will find the button "change settings". there you will find what do if receiving mails for non existing accounts. here you can specify a mail adress. so you can forwarding everything from *@a.com to account@b.com.

    2. but maybe you just need to create domain b as "domain alias" of domain b!? so all mail accounts of domain a exists for domain b also.

    regards, martin
     
  3. JordiR

    JordiR New Pleskian

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    Thank you Martin, but i want to forward any account from domain a.com in Plesk to b.com elsewhere. Creating a domain alias only works if both domains are in the same server.
     
  4. pichlo

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    Okay. The last information is the most important one. Sorry, I've no solutions.
     
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