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Using a Catch-All

A catch-all alias can be established that can receive all incoming email that goes to invalid email addresses within your domain. You may want to do this, for example, if customers frequently send to accounts that do not really exist.

To set a catch-all alias, first create an alias in your domain to be the catch-all. Then go to the Email Accounts page and choose Set Catch-All. Choose the alias you wish to use as the catch-all, and click on Save.

Note: It is important to never set an auto-responder on an email account that the catch-all forwards to, as it may result in spammers sending more email to your domain. In addition, additional bandwidth usage will result.