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Old 26th November 2006, 12:00
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Default Is it possible to have mail aliases (forwarders)

Hi,

I have some situation. For one of domains hosted on ISPConfig I must have a pack o mails aliases (rather forwardes). For historical reason some users must have all e-mails forwarded to a new account in a new domain somewhere in internet.

E.g.

olduser@domainOnISPConfig.com -> newuser@newdomain.com

It is no sense to creat a pack of accounts in ISPConfig and forward all mails to new mail address (on new domain). Better solution would be to have some forwardes file (the same like aliases file).

Maybe someone know how to do this in "ISPConfig way".

Thanks in advanced.

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Old 26th November 2006, 15:19
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Yep you sure can!


When you create a new user (or edit an existing one) click the advanced tab. Your forwarding and aliases are in there.
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Old 26th November 2006, 15:37
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Thanks. I know about this feature and it isn't what I'm looking for.

I'm looking for some sort of batch file to put information about forwards - like this:

olduser1@domainOnISPConfig.com -> newuser1@newdomain.com
olduser2@domainOnISPConfig.com -> newuser2@newdomain.com
olduser3@domainOnISPConfig.com -> newuser3@newdomain.com
olduser4@domainOnISPConfig.com -> newuser4@newdomain.com

without necessity to add real user to ISPConfig (specially that I'm talking about 100 users to forward mails).

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MvincM

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Old 27th November 2006, 14:07
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You can use Postfix transports (see
Code:
man 5 transport
) or aliases for it.
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