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angeroluca

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hello,
I've 4 users, and 6 email addresses configurated via pop3 account.
I'd like to delivery an email address to multiple users (eg email1 to user1 and user2, email2 to user1 and user3,..)
I created a user group 1 (=user1+user2), and a usergroup2 (=user1 + user3)
but in the pop3 configuration I can't delivery an email address to a group, only to users.
And in the group configuration I can't compile the same email addresses, because they are already in use..
How can i do?
Thanks..
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sfpete

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Configure the account that is connecting via pop3 to forward all messages to a mailing list that includes the accounts that you wish to receive those messages.
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angeroluca

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Thanks, i found the solution.
In the group configuration, i put an email address like "groupusers12<_at_>..." (a fake email, it doesn't exist), and the list of users.
then, in the pop3 configuration, i chose that group, and it works.
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