Forward your emails to one address
Find out how, using cPanel, you can forward your emails to one email address.
Earlier we spoke about how to redirect domains to your main site. To add to this it’s worth setting up a forward/redirect for all emails that people may send to those other urls. Using cPanel we’ll show you how.
Login to your websites’ cPanel and locate the “Default Address” section.
From there you will see a dropdown including all domains that currently point to your main webspace. Select one and check the “Forward to email address” radio button. Enter the email address, where you’d like to receive those emails, and click “Change”
Test it out by sending an email to your secondary email address – you can type anything before the “at” symbol.
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