cPanel: email address with multiple recipients
So I wanted to set up an email address for multiple recipients; essentially, I needed the admin emails on our organic food site to go to two people:
firstname.lastname@example.org » email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
I'd done this before on our FreeBSD VPSes, but was having trouble recalling exactly how I'd done it. It involved editing the /etc/aliases file and issuing commands via SSH, but I couldn't recall whether I had to set up a new user, etc.
Not only that, but the email address in question was already being forwarded to another address.
As it turns out, since we now have cPanel, I only had to add an additional forwarding address in Mail/Forwarders:
email@example.com » firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com » firstname.lastname@example.org
It never occurred to me that I could have multiple entries for the same email address. How easy was that?
I do worry that I'm forgetting *Nix line commands, though. But I guess the question is:
Q: Do you want to be a sysadmin, or do you want to get things done now?
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