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hmmfe

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I am wondering if there is a way to have a particular mailbox in a domain receive all email addressed to the domain? Kind of like a wildcard to accept any mail to <at>domain.com.

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peterj

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Yes,

Create an Alias of * (asterisk) and select the destination as you "postmaster" user and this will achieve this.

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Lyle M

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The * alias is a cool trick!

You can also consider using the mail archive folders that are configured using the admin console and accessable by the primary admin account. The archive, when activated, will already be storing every message (depending on your settings) that goes through your system.

Of course, this will be a catch all for every domain on your system. So in a multi-domain setup, peterj's suggestion rocks.

Cheers!
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Jonas Quinn

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I made such an alias for a friend, whos mailserver was moved. I recied a lot of mail for him and now I want to forward it to him. (His mailserver is running again)

Is there an easy way to accomplish this?
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hmmfe

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peterj -

Thanks. Someone had told me that special characters were not permitted. I was not near a computer to verify. Thanks for the info.
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