Hello Tom Corcoran. On Tue, 10 Nov 2020 22:23:45 +0000, you wrote:

>> I have a cPanel account with webhostingbuzz.com and I have 2 forwarders
>> set up so that anything sent to b...@mydomain.com goes to m...@mydomain.com
>> and myw...@mydomain.com.
>> What's stopping you from doing that?
> Fantastic, great to hear, thanks. In forwarders I added an non existant
> email t...@mydomain.com forwarding to my regaular email address. And a
> seperate forwarder from t...@mydomain.com to my wife's. An hour later I
> have not got this email. I don't think the "address to forward" has to be
> setup as an email address separately 

No, it does not. Just send a message to t...@mydomain.com. If the end 
destinations of the forwarder(s) exist, the message will be sent to all of them 
if addressed to t...@mydomain.com. 

I have several such forwarders to several addresses. They all work great. 


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