I guess you will have to set individual forwarders for each email accounts. As it seems that you are looking for two different email providers and work with them simultaneously.
But rather than does this I can figure out that the reason as to why the emails are not been forwarded to the AOL account is that the current email host does not have the Reverse DNS set. Email are not accepted at AOL if the RDNS is missing.
If your current host for the email can provide the RDNS the issue can be resolved rather then you looking for a third party involvement in the procedure.
they said they have tried contacting AOl numerous times without any repsonse...and its just a whole mess... they have been great for the past 9 months or so ive only had problems with them about 2-3 times.... I will let them know about this RDNS deal and see what they say thanks
I had email blocked from AOL some time back and it was not related to RDNS. I think they must have blocked a range of IP addresses because of spamming in my neighborhood. It eventually resolved itself (a week or so). Of course I got no response when contacting AOL. Quite frustrating.
Originally posted by angelic81 Here's the deal. My current host has some issues with their IP system and not able to foward any e-mails to AOL. I need to find one of the following solutions that are free:
1) A way that I can rout all my emails from my host to another location (third party) and this third party will send my e-mail over to AOL
2) Routing my e-mails to a a third party as described above and this third party sends an e-mail to my AOL account letting me know that I have an e-mail message awaiting to be read.
3) Some sort of program or panel that has the abilitity to let me manage all of the email aliases under one account?
I may not solve your problem the way you intended but is there a reason you have to have all your e-mails go to AOL? If so then disregard the rest.
I presume that since you are aliasing e-mails that it is from your hosting control panel. I would assume you have the ability to set up POP3 accounts in your control panel.
You could just set up your e-mail client to add another account and check the POP3 account you set up. I actually find it quite useful to organize the mail I receive by different accounts so all my mail does not come from a single account. It is a quick way of triage.
Just an idea. Maybe you already considered it.
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