CommuniGate Pro domains can contain forwarder objects. A Forwarder is
just some E-mail address associated with the Forwarder name.
Forwarders work exactly as the Router alias records: a
Forwarder "jim" in the domain client1.com that contains the E-mail
address "firstname.lastname@example.org" acts as the Router record:
- Relay:<email@example.com> = firstname.lastname@example.org
Forwarders allow the Server administrator to keep the Router table
small, and they can be set by a Domain Administrator, while the Router
can be modified by the Server Administrator only.
Specifying Domain Forwarders
Forwarders in any domain can be created by the Server Administrator if the administrator
account has the Can Modify All Accounts And Domain Settings access right.
A Domain Administrator can create and remove forwarders only if the
CanCreateForwarders access right is granted to the administrator account.
To specify Forwarders, click the Forwarders link on the domain Account List page.
The list of Forwarders and their names appears:
To create a new Forwarder enter the new forwarder name into the left column and the address
to re-route that mail to - into the right column, then click the Update button.
To delete a Forwarder delete its name or its forwarding address and click the Update button.
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