Mailing List Message #101458
From: Tom Rymes <>
Subject: Re: Router entry to intercept outgoing e-mail
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2011 13:50:43 -0500
To: CommuniGate Pro Discussions <>
On 01/25/2011 1:40 PM, Tom Rymes wrote:
OK, an odd one here, but I'm looking for a quick way to intercept an
e-mail that will be sent out via our server, but to an incorrect
address. Basically, a customer signed up for an online portal with the
wrong address, and then forgot the password. So, if they click the
"Forgot your password" link, an e-mail to the bogus address will be sent

What I'd like to do is put a router entry in that grabs that e-mail
before it goes out and redirects it to me, so I can log in, change the
address to be correct, then reset the password, delete the router entry,
and send out an e-mail to the customer.

Can someone point me in the right direction? I get a little nervous
around the router...


OK, answering my own question. God forbid I check the online help and realize it's super-easy.

Anyhow, here's what worked for me. Add this to the router entries:

Mail:<addresstoredirect@domain.dom> = addresstosendto

If the address is in your main domain, do not include the "@maindomain.dom" part, and if it isn't, then do include that part.

Sorry to clutter up the list.


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