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SavantEdge
12-18-2005, 01:16 AM
When I open up my cPanel and go to Mail, I'm not seeing Mailling Lists where the tutorial shows it to be... How can I find them now?

I wanted to use one so certain site related (webmaster, postmaster, abuse, etc.) emails would be redirected to a few different mailboxes. If mailling lists are unavailable, does anyone know of another efficient way to do this?

Thanks for your time.

Brad
12-18-2005, 10:41 AM
what exact feature are you looking for ...What is its exact name?

SavantEdge
12-18-2005, 06:28 PM
I want some feature that lets me redirect an email to multiple mailboxes.
There used to be a mailing list feature, which I was going to use (and which is listed on the feature page).

I don't see it on my cPanel.
I see it in the mail setup video tutorial. (screenshot: http://www.voidfx.net/s****s/feature_I_want.JPG )

So I'm just wondering what can I do now which will let me redirect mails to several mailboxes.

VodaHost
12-18-2005, 09:15 PM
what you need to do is to set up seperate pop accounts for each one, ie....

postmaster@voidfx.net
abuse@voidfx.net
webmaster@voidfx.net
etc...

After you do this you create the pop accounts in your outlook and assign rules
tro each account. This will filter the mail as it comes in and divert it to the proper
folder.

SavantEdge
12-20-2005, 01:26 AM
That would take mail from several mailboxes but it still only delivers to one.

I'm looking for the opposite.



incoming1 \ / reader1
mailing list
incoming3 / \ reader2


I can do the first part easily enough by using forwarding addresses, so everything addressed to abuse@site forwards to list@site, postmaster@site forwards to list@site, etc. Its the second half I can't figure out.

What happened to the mailing lists?

And thank you guys for trying to help me out, I really appreciate it.

SavantEdge
01-05-2006, 11:55 AM
Alright, found a solution. Not sure if this is a recent change or there all along, but if you set up multiple forwarders for the same address, it should do all of them.

So:
testers@domain -> test1@domain
testers@domain -> test2@domain
will forward any mail to testers to both test1 and test2.