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A .forward file that leaves the mail on the account AND forwards?

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Hi. i'm trying to get the mail to be forwarded from account 'AAA' to account 'BBB', but is not just forwarded, but left on AAA also.

eg.
AAA = aaa@here.com
BBB = bbb@here.com

i mail aaa@here.com and it will goto aaa & bbb @here.com
If i mail bbb@here.com it only goes to bbb@here.com, not aaa.

make sence?

Jussy
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\aaa, bbb@here.com
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thanks. that worked fine.
answer it and i'll give you the poitns.
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thanks. that worked fine.
answer it and i'll give you the poitns.
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