Enom moved their e-mail handling to mail2world.com and now it's broken. Not only is e-mail forwarding not working, but messages are lost forever. Weird thing is it's even deleting letters from the forwarded-to e-mail address so mail is bounced with incorrect address. If you're using e-mail forwarding at Enom, better test your addresses--the mail mishandled by mail2world doesn't arrive later--it's lost. mail2world.com is a godaddy domain--weird that Enom is using it, or has Enom been bought by godaddy?