Redirectors allow you to send a copy of all messages from a certain e-mail address to another address. For example, if you have two different email accounts, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com, you can redirect messages from firstname.lastname@example.org to email@example.com, so you do not need to check both accounts . Note that the message will be delivered to both addresses. Another detail is that the account to which the messages will be redirected does not have to be from the same domain.
There are two options for redirecting email messages. At first you can redirect only one specific account. In the second, you can create one-time redirects for all accounts.
Redirector (1st option)
1. Click the "Add Redirector" button.
2. On the page that opens, enter the address of the e-mail account you want to redirect (only the part before the "@") in the first field - "Forwarding address:".
3. Next, choose whether you want to redirect messages to some other email account, discard it and send an error message to the sender, or send the result to a program for processing.
However, you can only do one of the above options. Depending on the choice made, one of the procedures should be adopted:
* Redirect to an email account = You must enter the address to which the messages will be redirected
* Discard the sender with error (at the time of SMTP) = Inform the message that the sender will receive
* "Pipe" to a program = you must enter the full path to your home directory. If the script requires an interpreter like perl or php, you should omit "/ usr / bin / perl, or / usr / bin / php." Make sure that your script is executable and has the appropriate Hashbang at the top of the script. If you do not know how to enter a Hashbang, just make sure your script has the correct extension and you will be notified of the Hashbang auto-insert.
4. Click "Add Redirector" to finish.
Redirector (2nd option)
1. Click the "Add Domain Redirector" button.
2. On the next page, you must choose the domain that you want the redirected messages to be.
3. In the field next to it, enter the domain to which the originally intended messages should be redirected. Note that the same email accounts as the primary domain must exist in the domain to which the messages are redirected.
Another feature of this feature is that only the domain to which the messages are being redirected will receive them.