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How do I setup a catch all email?
Posted by Brian F., Last modified by Brian F. on 15 May 2011 06:03 PM
A catch all email, or default email, is an email account that is designed to receive all mail sent to your domain to a non-existent address. To configure a catch all address for your domain (or subdomain), follow these steps:
  1. Login to your cPanel account and type 'Default' into the top left finder. (Picture)

  2. The default option is to discard the messages to the sender with a 'No Such User Here' error. Change the setting to 'Forward to email address', where you input the address you want all the mail to go to. (Picture)

  3. You can also expand the 'Advanced' options to forward the emails to your system user, or to a specific program. (Picture)
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