Introduction to mail forwarding
The mail forwarding system is quite simple to use. At the most basic level you just specify a userid and a forwarding address, after that userid@yourdomain becomes a valid email address and mail sent to that address will get sent to whatever forwarding address you specified.
The system also allows you to specify a name for the account which might make it easier to remember who or what it is for. Another optional field is a password. Currently the password allows the account user to login and control the spam related settings for the account. (In the future this field will also allow retrieval of mail via POP, IMAP, and webmail.)
Assuming your domain-dns.com account has already been created and your domain added (which can be auto-magic if you registered your domain with us), then (if this isn't already done) you will need to activate mail forwarding. If it is active then the "Mail Forwarding" link in the zone list will be active... in either case you will be led to a screen that looks like the following:
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