After a month of testing on a in-house server…I have gone ahead and deployed CyberPanel to a working VPS and started transferring accounts from my reseller account (WHM/Cpanel).
So far I have noticed that two commonly used features my clients have are not in CyberPanel.
1). Email Forwarders…these are often setup to forward a virtual mailbox to people. e.g. email@example.com is forwarded to those running events firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. -----but there is no actual events mailbox.
Your implementation requires an actual mailbox to be created in order to set the forwarder (which means an un-monitored mailbox that can get full).
2). A catchall email address for domains…usually used to catch typos. However, I have clients with seasonal workers and they use the catchall to get correspondence directed to former workers (much easier than managing 100s of forwarders which is what they used to do – see above).
there is simillar topic at this forum about email forwarder and catch-all
cyberpanel / rainloop not have catch-all email feature
and cannot forward if not have native inbox account (except you understand about mysql. you can modified the email table, one of our member already wrote about this at this forum, but i cant give the link because it advance level. so try to search. do it with your own risk and because if you post here, then you should read the comment from begin… there is already an answer
you can modified your MX to use 3rd party like forwardemail or improvmx
otherwise you can try to use cloudflare then enable their email re-route feature
So there is a fix but you won’t share the fix because it’s “advanced level”?
@lvillalta As mentioned in the PM, PostfixAdmin is one solution where you can setup mailboxes and catch-all’s and it actually works but it’s bypasses Cyberpanel’s own mailbox settings/setup etc.
You can try adding catch-alls to the forwarding table (it’s not “advanced” in any way) but I never found it to work.
Not putting a downer on Cyberpanel, as it’s a good panel, but none of these solutions are user friendly in any way and it really needs the feature to be added to CyberPanel, moreso if there is (supposedly) a fix but it just needs bringing out to the UX.
when you do some modification at sql or the config then you should understand “how and what” you doing
by default cyberpanel+rainloop not provide email forwarder if you not create mail inbox first and catch-all