What is a Catch All account?

A Catch All account is a default mailbox where all mail that isn't destined for a specific mailbox goes. For example, if somone sends an e-mail to sales@yourdomain.com but you haven't set up a mailbox called sales then the e-mail will go to the catch-all mailbox.

Currently we do not allow Catch All mailboxes on any of our servers.

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