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Old 5th January 2013, 16:23
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Default Creating Bulk E-Mail Forwards

I'm migrating e-mail accounts for a new customer and they have many hundreds of forwards for several users. For example:

support@domain.com -> person1@domain.com, person2@domain.com
info@domain.com -> person1@domain.com, person3@domain.com
...

There are so many that this would be a very time-consuming process if done by the GUI. Is there a way to do this via scripting on the CentOS host? Or, is there some other way of creating forwarding addresses in bulk?

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