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cPanel and aliases capable of forwarding to multiple email addresses

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I need a way to forward emails to multiple addresses, and it appears cPanel doesn't offer a way to do that.  So info@ needs to go to person1@ person2@ etc.

Is there a solution to this?   Kind of shocking that this capability would be ignored in cPanel.

Need help.
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bborner
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RedLondonCommented:
It is possible!

Set a forwarder for info@bborner.com to person1@hotmail.com

Then set a second forwarder for info@bborner.com to person2@gmail.com

You end up with two forwarders, both for info@bborner.com.  They both work.

If you create an actual email account for info@bborner.com, that'll work too (so the email goes to three places) - but you don't have to do that.
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GaryCommented:
Just enter the forwarding emails seperated by a comma
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