If forwarding is what you mean, then you may use the .qmail option in the user's homedir. If you have a default installation, you may create a .qmail file in
/var/vpopmail/domains/<domain.com>/<user>/
which contains the addresses that they want the messages forwarded to, 1 address per line. For example, your .qmail file may look like this:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hope this helps.

zafar rizvi writes:
hi sir
i have a virtual domain...example.com
i have 60 users on that...and everyuser want that hi mail copy is also sent
to his specified address.
i am using qmail with vpopmail
and have .qmail-default file
in /home/vpopmail/domains/example.com/.qmail-default.
i want to know where i was set that ,to receive mail on that domain and also
on other domain copy of that mail...
thanks
zafar




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