Kristian Heljas

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    6 comments  ·  Feature Suggestions » Mail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Kristian Heljas commented  · 

    Here's a workaround for this:

    Let's assume server domain name server.example.com.

    1. Set up e-mail service on server.example.com
    2. Change admin account e-mail to noreply@server.example.com (or anything you wish instead of noreply)
    3. Set-up e-mail forwarding from noreply@server.example.com to your desired e-mail (ie admin@example.com).

    Now all e-mails go from noreply@server.example.com to noreply@server.example.com and get automatically forwarded to admin@example.com
    This solution also keeps local copy of all notifications.

    You can also add additional admin account from "Tools & Settings > Security > Additional Administrator Accounts" if you also wish to use you personal name and e-mail for an account.
    That way you don't need to rely on plesk e-mail settings to reset your password in the future. Password reset goes directly to your inbox.

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