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Multiple e-mail addresses (for piping)



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I have a follow-up, related question to this...can the piping occur using email addresses/forwards on a server and domain other than the one which the help desk itself is installed?


So, if WHMCS is installed on helpdesk.com, can I also have emails from companysite.com (on a different server) pipe into WHMCS? Or is piping restricted to only the helpdesk.com domain?


Thanks in advance.

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Ok I have a similar question, but sure if you answered it.


I have WHMCS setup on domain.biz but have my main email accounts on domain.com - I already have a support@domain.com setup but would like to have the support@domain.com emails come into the WHMCS on the domain.biz?


You mentioned pop - how does that work in relation to getting all the support emails in WHMCS system?



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Not to beat a dead horse, but I may as well.


I have an old site say site1.com. I have whmcs setup on it's own server(helpdesk.site2.com). I pipe emails to support@site2.com into whmcs.


However I tried to forward support@site1.com to support@site2.com. The emails do not pipe to whmcs, but rather get lost. Is this where I would have to use pop import?



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