If you are like me, and administer your own email in a Linux box, and do not have set CPanel or any other similar tool, you can still forward your email to another account or, just send a cc to another account.
Let’s say you are:
And the email for john.com is managed by a Linux server with sendmail, or Postfix, and you may want all your incoming email to firstname.lastname@example.org to be copied to email@example.com just have to edit or create the
.forward file in your home directory
and add these lines inside.
note that john itself has a “" symbol, this is to instruct Sendmail or Postfix not to expand john again, or it will enter in a loop.
If what you want is just to forward and not keep a local copy enter something like this:
You can also copy to a lot of addresses.
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
You may say, that all of these can be done using
/etc/aliases and yes it can, but if you do not have the root password, you can still create your own aliases file, using this approach.