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  • How to set up e-mail forwarders in cPanel

    To add an e-mail forwarder in cPanel, follow these steps:

    1. Log in to cPanel.

    2. In the EMAIL section of the cPanel home screen, click Forwarders:

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    3. Under Create an Email Account Forwarder, click Add Forwarder.

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    4. Under Address, in the Address to Forward text box, type the e-mail username that you want to forward.

    5. In the Domain list box, select the domain for the e-mail address.

    6. Under Destination, select a destination for the forwarded message:

    # To forward the message to another address, type the e-mail address in the Forward to Email Address text box.

    # To discard the message and send an error to the sender, click Discard and send an error to the sender (at SMTP time).

    You can also optionally set the text for the error message that the sender receives in the Failure Message (seen by sender) text box.

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    7. To view advanced options for the forwarder, click Advanced Options:

    #To forward the message to a system account, click Forward to a system account, and then type the system account name in the text box.

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    #To discard the message entirely, click Discard (Not Recommended).

    8. Click Add Forwarder.

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    In this way, You can add the forwarder into cPanel.
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