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Old 17th March 2010, 11:51
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Question ISPConfig3 | Email forward

I don't understand the behaviour of the Email forward feature in ISPConfig3.
After creating a mailbox for an emailaddress, i want to forward the incoming mail for that mailbox to an e-mailaddress elsewhere.
I also want is to keep a copy in the mailbox as well.

If i use the Email forward feature the message occurs: "There is already a mailbox with this email address".
So what i did, i removed the mailbox and tried the forward feature again. This time i was succesful. The forward was created.
But this is not what i want. I want to have a mailbox as well, so i can keep a copy of the incoming mail.

Is that possible in ISPConfig3 on the moment and if so, what do i need to do?
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