Windows Linux Tips: Aliases with Qmail

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Qmail is a mail program that allows users to send and receive emails. It also has a lot of good features, one of
them being aliases. You can add aliases to users who do not have an account on the system. Here is how to 

•  Create an account called "alias" if it doesn't exist, and go in its home directory.

•  Edit a file called .qmail-username where username is the alias you want to add.

•  Add the address in the file with a & in front of it.

Here is an example of a .qmail-username file: & &
This will forward any mail going to user "username" to the 2 listed email addresses.

"Windows Linux Tips: Aliases with Qmail"

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