An email address is comprised of a username and a domain name. Each is located before and after the (@) at symbol, respectively. Catch all email is an email address set up to catch all incoming emails that are originally sent to a non-existent or incorrect username of a certain domain name. This is also referred to as the default address of the hosting. Follow the steps below on how to set it up.
|Note: The steps herein are for Cheapdomains and AustDomains hosting legacy plans. If you have another kind of hosting plan, follow the steps on how to create a default address in cPanel.|
Step 2. Click Email or the [v] drop-down arrow on its right.
Step 3. Click Default Address from the drop-down menu.
Step 4. Select the domain name from the drop-down where the default address will be assigned.
Step 5. Click the Forward to Email Address radio button.
Step 6. Enter the default address in the box provided.
Step 7. Click the Change button to save the changes made.
A confirmation message displays on the screen with the default address set up.