User Extensions allows you to uniquely extend your e-mail address in order to create disposable addresses.

They can be of the form: user-sales@domain.com In this case 'sales' is the extension for 'username'. You can also have wildcard extensions that let you effectively create unique, disposable e-mail addresses.

Add a static extension

This example will create a static extension called 'sales' which will accept messages sent only to the address: user-sales@domain.com
  • Visit https://cp.yourdomain.com
  • Log in using your full e-mail address ( user@domain.com ) and current password.
  • Click on Extensions icon (image of a plus sign)
  • Click on the Add extension button
  • Enter sales as the extension name
  • Enter your e-mail address as the Deliver to address
  • Click on Add extension

Add a dynamic (wildcard) extension

This example will create a dynamic extension called 'sales' which will accept messages sent to any address of the form: user-sales-anything@domain.com
Valid addresses can be: user-sales-john@domain.com , user-sales-amy@domain.com, etc

  • Visit https://cp.yourdomain.com
  • Log in using your full e-mail address ( user@domain.com ) and current password.
  • Click on Extensions icon (image of a plus sign)
  • Click on the Add extension button
  • Enter sales-default as the extension name
  • Enter your e-mail address as the Deliver to address
  • Click on Add extension
To forward the extension to another address, simply enter another address in the Deliver to field


Remove an extension

  • Visit https://cp.yourdomain.com
  • Log in using your full e-mail address ( user@domain.com ) and current password.
  • Click on Extensions icon (image of a plus sign)
  • Click on the "-" icon (minus sign), next to the extension you want to remove

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