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I am trying to set up a Facebook group so anyone can send email to a specific address and this gets forwarded to our groups address and so is posted in the group.

However unfortunately if you just forward the email the from address is incorrect as Facebook only accepts my person email.

On my web server my email account is set up using DirectAdmin on Postfix (I believe).

Basically either through DirectAdmin or in the config of my mail (through shell), is it possible to set up an email account that any mail send to it is forwarded from that account?

As in: If steve@google.com sends an email to forward@pezcuckow.com that email is forwarded to secret@groups.facebook.com but the from address is forward@pezcuckow.com?

At the moment the from address would be steve@google.com

The server uses Dovecot and Exim for mail

Sorry for the hard to explain question, I hope you get what I mean!

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What you want is clean. But not what you have. So if I explain how to configure Postfix at the command line, and you tell me that you are even unsure if it is Postfix, how should I help?! –  mailq Aug 30 '11 at 13:00
    
Good point, the server uses Dovecot and Exim, confirmed. –  Pez Cuckow Aug 30 '11 at 13:23

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You should login to Directadmin with a user account, go to "Email Management" -> "Email forwarders" and add a forward there.

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