Email Domain Forwarding

Email domain forwarding

An email domain forwarder redirects all email received at a specific domain name to another domain name. For example, if we setup domain.com to redirect to domain.net, all email going to domain.com will redirect to its corresponding user on domain.net. (mike@domain.com redirects to mike@domain.net). Any pop accounts set up under each domain name will not be affected by this forwarding option.

Adding a domain forwarder

Step 1: To access the forwarders menu, click on the Forwarders icon on the main screen of your cPanel interface.

Step 2: Click on Add Domain Forwarder.

Step 3: Select a (sub)domain from the drop-down box and put the name of the domain name you wish to forward to in the blank field.

Step 4: Click on the Add Domain Forwarder button to create the domain forwarder.

Step 1: To access the forwarders menu, click on the Forwarders icon on the main screen of your cPanel interface.

Step 2: Under Email Domain Forwarders you will see a list of your current forwarders. To remove a forwarder, you should click the little red X button next to the forwarder.

You will be taken to a page which asks you for confirmation. Click on Delete Domain Forwarder to delete the forwarder.