This feature allows a copy of any email sent to one address to be forwarded to another address. This lets you use one account to check mail sent to several email addresses. You can also discard email or send (pipe) mail to a program.
Please note that any email account with BoxTrapper enabled should use the Box Trapper Forward List feature. See the BoxTrapper article for more details.
To view forwarders for a specific domain on your account, click the Managing: menu and choose the domain for which you wish to set forwarders.
To quickly find a specific email address, enter a keyword in the Search field and click Go.
To add a mail forwarder:
/home/$utility, in the Pipe to Program field.
To view the route a forwarded message takes, select Trace in the list of forwarded addresses. This makes it possible, for example, to locate a mail routing error.
Important: If you wish to forward mail to another account without receiving mail at your cPanel account, simply create a forwarder from an address that does not have a corresponding account in cPanel. Alternatively, if the account already exists, you can delete it in cPanel. Afterward, all mail will be forwarded to the destination you have configured using the Forwarders feature.
If you do not delete the cPanel account whose mail is being forwarded, then both accounts will receive mail.
To delete a forwarder:
This feature will allow all mail sent to a domain to be forwarded to another domain. Adding a domain forwarder will override the default address for the selected domain.
To add a domain forwarder:
To remove a domain forwarder:
8th of August, 2013