I am attempting to replace my current BlueTie email service with my own MIAB solution.
In my BlueTie mail service I can forward all incoming email to other external email addresses. Currently I forward all inbound emails to my cell phone as a text message.
In the forwarding setup I just add the email address of my SMS address like:
firstname.lastname@example.org (this is the general layout for the local Verizon phone service)
This way I get a text message which is the truncated text of the email and I know who sent me mail without having to find a PC terminal to log in to the BlueTie account.
In addition to my text message forward, I also forward the same email to gmail account linked to my android phone. This way, if the message seems really important, I can at least read the entire message in mobile gmail.
I do all of this because my BlueTie mail service has a very poor mobile interface that doesn’t work very well. Yet, I have become comfortable with this solution and would like to continue it even if I can replace BlueTie with my own MIAB solution.
The real question is, how exactly can I forward all of my inbound emails to outside addresses? (without deleting them from my MIAB inbox)
I am NOT trying to anything weird like reply from external address and spoof my sending address, ro anything else that would seem shady. I just want the same convienence I already have. I always eventually find a PC terminal and log into my real email account (BlueTie or future MIAB) to send replies and do any real email work. The forwarding is just for a mobile reading and alerting convenience.
Is there a way to do this in MIAB?
If so, can someone point me to a guide to set this up?
I have been unable to find anything on what seems to be a simple process. However, roundcube and MIAB is really all new to me.
Thanks in advance for any guidance you may send my way.