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Setting Up Mail Forwarding to a Single E-mail Address

To set up an e-mail address that will accept mail and forward it to another e-mail address:

  1. On your Home page, click the domain name you need.
  2. Click Mail in the Services group.
  3. Click Add New Mail Account.
  4. Specify the desired name for the mail forwarder next to Mail account name.

    The domain name is shown to the right of @ sign, so you only need to type the name. This can be, for example, your first name and last name separated by a dot, a department name, or any other text in Latin symbols. The name should be short enough to remember. It can comprise alphanumeric, dash dot and underscore symbols.

  5. Clear the Mailbox and Control panel access check boxes.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Click Redirect in the Tools group.
  8. Select the Redirect check box.
  9. Type the destination e-mail address to which you would like to forward e-mail.
  10. Click OK.

 

To set up an e-mail address that will accept mail, pass it through the spam filter and then forward it to another e-mail address:

  1. On your Home page, click the domain name you need.
  2. Click Mail in the Services group.
  3. Click Add New Mail Account.
  4. Specify the desired name for the forwarder's e-mail address next to Mail account name.

    The domain name is shown to the right of @ sign, so you only need to type the name. This can be, for example, your first name and last name separated by a dot, a department name, or any other text in Latin symbols. The name should be short enough to remember. It can comprise alphanumeric, dash dot and underscore symbols.

  5. Make sure that the Mailbox check box is selected.

    Without a mailbox, you will not be able to apply spam filtering.

  6. Specify a password that will be used for accessing the mailbox: You will likely need to clean the contents of mailbox from time to time.
  7. Click OK.
  8. Click Redirect in the Tools group.
  9. Select the Redirect check box.
  10. Type the destination e-mail address to which you would like to forward e-mail.
  11. Click OK.

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