Wildcard e-mail forwarding service?
September 29, 2012 11:47 AM Subscribe
Online service for wildcard e-mail address forwarding for a given domain?
posted by pbh to Computers & Internet (4 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I read my e-mail on a single Gmail account (let's call it email@example.com), but I also have a bunch of domains (say foo.com and bar.com) which forward *@foo.com or *@bar.com to my Gmail account (firstname.lastname@example.org). What's the easiest way to set this up?
Currently, I use Google Apps accounts for each domain (foo.com, bar.com), but unfortunately Gmail has (recently) started sending some of the messages to Spam before forwarding. Before that, I had a local OpenBSD machine running Qmail under my desk, but that became cumbersome (losing email connectivity whenever I moved, for example). I've thought a little about setting up a Linode or EC2 machine, but I'm worried that being a sysadmin would be time consuming and that those netblocks have seen years of spam abuse at this stage. I've also looked at having my domain registrar do it, but they appear to have stopped allowing wildcard addresses (either due to abuse or due to performance issues).
Are there any good wildcard mail forwarding services? Ideally, something I could just point my MX to, fill out a web form, and then forget about with some minimal monthly fee?