What is a catch-all domain?
A catch-all email account is an address designated to receive all mail sent to the domain's email address.
For example, you have configured three email addresses for mycustomdomain.com:
Now you decide to configure email@example.com as a catch-all email account. After the configuration, any email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (or any other invalid email address) will be sent to the catch-all account (email@example.com).
Liverado supports Catch-all email addresses if you are a Tondro or Fulmo user.
It is a good practice to set up your catch-all email address. Suppose you do not enable the catch-all address, and your contacts try to send mail to your invalid address. In that case, they will receive a bounce email informing them that the address they are trying to send does not exist in your domain.
How to enable catch-all email address
Make sure you have completed all the steps to set up a custom domain and address. To enable catch-all:
Go to Settings.
Go to Addresses.
Go to Address list in the Alias section.
Select the email address you want to use as the catch-all domain email address.
Enable Make a catch-all domain.
After you complete the steps, all mail sent to your domain that does not match the address in your account will be sent to your catch-all email address.
Note: To prevent confusion, we recommend creating a dedicated address in your domain to send all catch-all emails (for example, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
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