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How do I forward received email to a different account?
Posted: 7 Mar 02 (Edited 7 Mar 02)
There are 2 ways to get mail forwarded:
1) The .forward method:
A) Create a file name .forward in user's home directory.
B) Put in email address(es) in the file.
C) Save it and your done.
2) The /etc/aliases method:
A) Open /etc/aliases
B) Following along with the rest of the file add your username and email address.
C) Save the file and type newliases at the command prompt.
Either way works the choice of which one to use is your preference.
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