cPanel allows you to create two types of email forwarders: Account Forwarders and Domain Forwarders.Account forwarders are assigned as one forwarder per email account. You can create multiple forwarders, but you have to do them individually. Domain forwarders are based on a domain name. When you create a domain forwarder it will send all email to the domain that you specify. Be cautiuous with this option as it overrides the existing domain setting for email accounts. For example, if you create a domain forwarder for domain1.com to forward to domain2.com,
any email for domain1.com will automatically go to domain2.com.
Corresponding email accounts must exist in order for email to be
delivered - they're not automatically created for you. Catch-All emails are not permitted on shared server accounts.
Address: Type the email address username in the Address to Forward: and select the domain from the drop box the user name is for.
Destination: Type the full email address that you want to forwarder emails to in the text box.
Click Add Forwarder.
Now the Add a New Forwarder page should show:
the email forwarder was created in the cPanel mail forwarders. Now when
going to the Email Account Forwarders page, the forwarder will show up
on the list.