Domain Email Forwarder in cPanel

Applied on: cPanel (Linux) Account

The domain email forwarder forwards each incoming email for a specific domain to another domain. For example, if we setup an email forwarder (domain level) for sourcedomain.com to redirect to targetdomain.com, all emails going to sourcedomain.com would be redirected to its corresponding user on targetdomain.com. (naveed@sourcedomain.com redirects to naveed@targetdomain.com).

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

Step 2. Click Add Domain Forwarder.

Step 3: Select a  source domain from the drop-down menu and put the name of the target domain you wish to forward to in the blank field. Then click Add Domain Forwarder to apply the setting.

Now you have successfully created the domain level email forwarder

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