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July, 2010

  • 20 July

    How to Use Email Forwarding

    email forwarding

    For example, you can forward all messages sent to billing@yourdomain, sales, and marketing all to the same address: tom@yourdomain. That way, Tom will handle those email messages accordingly without having to check each of those accounts separately. Most web-based control panels have support for mail forwarding built into them. If, …

May, 2010

  • 10 May

    Catchall Email Addresses

    In the world of web hosting, email addresses can either be real or aliases. A real email address is connected to a mailbox on the mail server. That mailbox will hold any messages sent to the address in queue, awaiting the user to either download it or access it from …

October, 2009

  • 29 October

    Email aliases file in Linux

    Question: How do I manually setup email aliases in Linux? Answer: Generally speaking, there is probably no reason for you to modify your aliases file manually. In some cases, however, a script will require you to edit the file, and it is important to know where it is and how …

June, 2009

  • 29 June

    Email forwarding, aliases and autoresponders

    Three common email services that a good web host offers to its clients are: forwarding, aliases and autoresponders. All three can be very useful for both individuals and organizations. Forwarding allows the user to keep his current email account, possibly on another domain, and redirect emails coming to a new …