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  • Log in to your cPanel>> Mail section >> Forwarders menu.

The Forwarders  menu can be accessed quickly via cPanel

  • Click the Forwarders button in the Email section.

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  • On the forwarders page, click Add Forwarder.

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  • On the Add a New Forwarder page, type the email address username in the Address to Forward space.
  • Select the domain from the drop-down box.
  • 3 2For the Destination option, type the full email address that you want to forward emails to in the text box.

Note:  You can add multiple email addresses to your forwarder separated by commas, for example:,,

  • Click Add Forwarder.

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You will then see a summary of the forwarder you created, similar to this:
“All email sent to will now be copied to”
Congratulations, the email forwarder was created in the cPanel mail forwarders section. Now when going to the Email Account Forwarders page, the forwarder will show up on the list.

Creating a Forwarder in Webmail

Start by logging into webmail. Remember, you can log into webmail by visiting Also, be sure to use the full email address as the username and the password associated with the email account you are logging into.

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Now, verify you are logged into the correct email address and click “Forwarders“.

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This screen shows you currently have no forwarders set up. Click “Add Forwarder“.

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Fill in the field with the address to forward to and click “add forwarder“.

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Now, go back to “forwarding options” and verify that your forwarder is set up properly!

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Forward All Email for a Domain

  • Log into the cPanel.
  • Click Forwarders in the Mail section.
  • Click Add Domain Forwarder.

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Select the Domain you want to forward email from, in the drop-down box. Then, enter the domain you want to forward to. The official cPanel documentation notes: “Domain forwarding takes place only when a delivery is not successful. For example, a user sends an email to If is an existing email address or auto responder, then the email will not be forwarded.”

Click Add Domain Forwarder.

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You are finished when you see a message similar to: “File updated ‘/etc/vdomainaliases/’ All email sent to will now be copied to”.

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Congratulations! You now know how to set up email forwarders in cPanel! Check out our Email section for more helpful tutorials.