I don't know if this is the right place to post this. If not please let me know where it should go.

I have a client, an association, that wants to be able to set up emails for all of its members member@association.com. The email will be a simple redirect that will redirect to the users main email address. The email will never be stored on a mail server for association.com.

Example: Member1 logs on to the associations site. He wants to sign up for a free emial address, member1@association.com. He fills out his information and the email address he wants the mail sent to, member1@gmail.com. When someone sends and email to member1@association.com it will be delivered to member1@gmail.com.

I don't know where to begin to find the solution to this. Any suggestions in the right directions would be helpful.


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Do you want to do this with code or manage this at the server level?

The server level. I already have a MailEnable mail server. I checked the API and I think I can create mailboxes from the web and have the redirect. I am going to have to dig a little deeper into the API.

Any suggestions would be helpful.

Can you do it with code?



What server OS are you using and what mail software?

I am currently using Mail Enable Enterprise on a Server 2k3 Standard. I have linux servers that are running Ubuntu if that would be better.

I have VMWare Server installed so I can also deploy a UNIX platform if necessary.


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