Ho to Create an Email Forwarder

Email forwarders allow you to send a copy of an email from one email address to another email address automatically. If you have multiple email addresses for you business one good use for email forwarders to to have all the messages forward to one account. So if you have a sales@yourdomain.com, service@yourdomain.com, and support@yourdomain.com email addresses all of them can be sent to one account such as customers@yourdomain.com. That way, you will no longer have to check all the email accounts. You will only need to check the customers@yourdomain.com account. Setting up email forwarders can be done through cPanel or through your webmail login page:

Before creating the forwarder in webmail, we will explain how to set up the forwarder through cPanel. The following steps will explain how to do this

Creating a Forwarder in cPanel:

Step 1. Log into the cPanel.

Step 2. Click Forwarders in the Mail section.

Step 3. On the Forwarders page, click Add Forwarder.

Step 4. On the Add a New Forwarderpage, fill in the following sections. Below is a brief Description of the options:

Option  Description
Address                 Type the email address username in the Address to Forward: field, and select the domain from the drop-down box.
Destination Type the full email address that you want to forwarder emails to in the text box, and click Add Forwarder.

Step 5. Click the Add Forwarder button, then you will see a message similar to this: "All email sent to email@yourdomain.com will now be copied to your@email.com." Congratulations, the email forwarder was created in the cPanel, now let's setup a forwarder through Webmail.


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