Donncha O Caoimh writes:
> Does anyone know if I can forward mail for one address to two people
> using a plain .forward?
There are no people email land. Only addresses.
When an alias (or address) is resolved to the name of a user
on the local host, sendmail(1M) checks for a ~/.forward
file, owned by the intended recipient, in that user's home
directory, and with universal read access. This file can
contain one or more addresses or aliases as described above,
each of which is sent a copy of the user's mail.
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