How to Set a Catch-All Email Address in SPanel?

Although it’s been around for ages now, and despite the fact that it’s more popular than ever, email as a form of communication is severely flawed. There are quite a few problems around the underlying technology that powers emails, but for users, there are a few more obvious issues like, for example, the fact that if the recipient’s address is mistyped, the message might not get across.

The more popular your online project, the greater the chance of someone sending an email to [email protected] instead of [email protected]. Normally, the message would not be delivered, and the simple typo could lead to missed business opportunities. With ScalaHosting’s SPanel, however, you can set up an inbox that will collect all emails sent to invalid addresses associated with your domain.

Setting a catch-all email address in SPanel

In addition to messages coming from users who have mistyped the prefixes (that’s the part before the @) of email addresses associated with your domain, you could also receive a lot of spam in your catch-all inbox, which is why it’s best to have a dedicated account for receiving all the communication coming to invalid addresses. Here are the steps you need to take.

  1. Log into SPanel’s User Interface and click Email Accounts.
    By default, SPanel’s User Interface is accessible via, though you can also access it through the Admin Interface.
How to Set a Catch-All Email Address in SPanel?
  1. Pick a catch-all email address (e.g., [email protected]) and set a password for it.
    When you’re ready, click Create Email to create the email account.
How to Set a Catch-All Email Address in SPanel?
  1. Go back to SPanel’s home page and click Default Address.
    This is the tool you’ll use to set up your catch-all email address.
How to Set a Catch-All Email Address in SPanel?
  1. Select the correct domain name from the drop-down menu, click the Forward to Email Address radio button, and enter the catch-all address in the field.
    With the Change Address button, you complete the process.
How to Set a Catch-All Email Address in SPanel?

How to Set a Catch All Email Address

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