CommuniGate Pro Domains can contain Forwarder objects.
A Forwarder is an E-mail address associated with the Forwarder name. All E-mail messages
and Signals directed to the Forwarder name are rerouted to the Forwarder address.
Forwarders work exactly as the Router alias records.
A Forwarder jim in the client1.com Domain containing the email@example.com
address acts as the following Router record:
- Relay:<firstname.lastname@example.org> = email@example.com
Forwarders allow the Server administrator to keep the Router table small.
Forwarders can be set by Domain Administrators, while the Router can be modified by the Server Administrator only.
A Server Administrator with the Can Modify All Accounts And Domain Settings access right
can create, update, rename, and remove Forwarders in any Domain.
Domain Administrators can create, update, rename, and remove Forwarders in their Domains
if they have the CanCreateForwarders access right.
To create a Forwarder, open the Domain Object list page.
The list of the Domain Objects (optionally including the Forwarders) appears:
To create a new Forwarder enter its name and the address to forward to, then click the Create Forwarder button.
The selected Forwarder name should meet the Domain Object name restrictions.
To update a Forwarder, click the Forwarder name on the Objects list page.
The Forwarder Settings page appears.
Update the string in the Forward to field and click the Update button
to modify the forwarding address.
If you want to rename a Forwarder, open its Settings page,
fill the New Forwarder Name field, and click the Rename Forwarder button.
If there is no other Object with the same name as the specified new
Forwarder name, the Forwarder is renamed and its Settings page should
reappear on the screen under the new name.
If you want to remove a Forwarder, open its Settings page, and click the Remove Forwarder button.
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