Yes. Create a forwarder from the account receiving the mail to the account that should also get the mail.

For example, if people are emailing CLOAKING but you also want CLOAKING to receive that mail, set up a forwarder from CLOAKING to CLOAKING , and both accounts will receive the email.

Tip: You can add as many forwarders as you want to get copies of the email sent to more accounts.


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