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I have 4 email accounts and out of those 4, 3 are hosted at my own server and 1 is hosted at Microsoft Exchange Online. What I would like to do is that I would like to deliver emails for those 3 email accounts which are hosted on my server locally and emails for that 1 email account to be forwarded to Microsoft Online Exchange. I was previously using Google Apps for split-delivery and it was working fine but my membership expired. I am running WHM and cPanel on a VPS running CentOS 6.

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How did you set it up previously? – Michael Hampton Jul 7 '13 at 1:36
Using Google's split-delivery feature as those 3 emails which I am trying to host locally now, were hosted with Google Apps but as I am no longer using Google Apps for hosting those email accounts, I can't use that feature anymore. – Mr.Flocker Jul 7 '13 at 1:53
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Add an alias for the address that should be delivered to the Exchange server with the domain of that server. This would go in /etc/aliases. The alias should be something like:
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Can you please add an example as well, if that's possible? – Mr.Flocker Jul 14 '13 at 0:04
#@Mr.Flocker See revised response. – BillThor Jul 14 '13 at 2:44

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