I've just upgraded to "Deluxe Linux Hosting with cPanel" hosting account. In it I have one primary domain and a couple of secondary (addon) domains mapped to subfolders.
I'm using cPanel to create email forwarders. The forwarders I create for email addresses of the secondary domains - work fine. However, the forwarders I create for email addresses of my primary domain - refuse to work. For example:
Any attempt to send something to addr2@myPrimaryDomain.com -- bounces back with: "550 5.1.1 <addr2@myPrimaryDomain.com> Recipient not found".
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How will I enable Email Forwarding?
I have a free email account setup (firstname.lastname@example.org). But when I send message to email@example.com the destination emails are not receiving any?
What setup did I missed?
Does anyone have any other suggestions on how to resolve this issue? The forward is set-up in the GoDaddy interface, and the MX records on my domain are correct and yet whenever I try to e-mail the forwarding address it still bounces with a not found error, so it sounds like something isn't getting configured correctly on the GoDaddy servers.
Remote Server returned '550 5.1.1 Recipient not found. <http://x.co/irbounce>'