Using a .forward to send mail to multiple accounts

If you put multiple addresses in a .forward file, a copy will be sent to each.

remoteuser1@domain.tld, remoteuser2@domain.tld, remoteuser3@domain.tld

If you want to keep a copy of each message in the original account without causing a .forward infinite loop, put a backslash in front of the account name.

\localuser, remoteuser1@domain.tld, remoteuser2@domain.tld, remoteuser3@domain.tld

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