I'm sure we don't understand each other, let's try to explain better.
At present, when you add a "Normal & Forward" you add a single mail address or virtual mailbox that redirects the incoming messages to a single or multiple mailboxes.
What UncleSam needs is the exact opposite. e-mail incoming on multiple mailboxes or aliases on the server gets redirected to a single mailbox.
This beahviour is possible at present, but you need to create a Forward mailbox for each single needed alias.
Example: all e-mails incoming to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com goes in the mailbox firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope to have explained in the good way and I hope also to have understood what UncleSam needs...
I think UncleSam would like to have a form where you can insert a mailbox with its aliases (as other panels do, or as Office 365 does).
Today it's possible with i-MSCP too, but you have to create a mail forward for each of these aliases that gets redirected to the "principal" mailbox.
after the portal upgrade, TapaTalk is not working anymore.
Am I the one with that issue ?
Thank you, bye Kess.
Trust me, I've searched it in the whole page !!!
Thx a lot for your replies
since the update of the i-MSCP forum with the latest version, the "magic" button "Mark all forums Read" is missing.
Could you please reactivate this feature or tell us the corresponding new one ?
Just for you to know, that feature was a good one for lazy people like me. Every visit on the i-MSCP forum was reporting to me only the new threads since my last visit because before leaving the site (and after having read/answered what was interesting for me) I clicked that button.
Thank you for your time,
While using Outlook as IMAP client, you have to choose which is the Sent Folder in your mailbox structure.
First choose to which folder to subscribe (generally all the folders), then in Account advanced configuration, choose the Sent folder from your IMAP structure.
Just my opinion: Outlook is absolutely not the best client to be used when connecting to an IMAP server !