Deliver all mail for a specific domain to one mailbox

Posted on 2006-06-22
Last Modified: 2010-03-06

Hi All,

I have a Windows 2000 server hosting a domain called A, which is my primary domain.  I have a registered domain called B. Is it possible to forward all mail addressed to domain B to one mailbox on the same server?
Question by:ThomasCawood
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rakeshmiglani earned 500 total points
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are you talking about creating a "catch all" type of mailbox?

check the following link

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by:Michael S
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How to set up a Catchall address.


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Thank you!

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