I don't know what you are using for a control panel (cpanel, direct admin, etc) but I use direct admin. It is really easy, just select an option called email forewarders and pick the recipient addresses.
warallthetm i do not use affraid.org, but the domain on the email you want forwarded is from them.
IF you have a way to forward the email@example.com (wich in reality is a forward mail only, with no space to save emails) to your accounts email at frihost, you will be able to set your forwardings from there to any other account you want or simply use frihost's POP3 service.
I've actually been wondering the same thing.
I run retardedwizard.com , or, retardedwizard.frih.net . same site, different name. Anyway, any time I try to just add a forwarder, it puts it as firstname.lastname@example.org but I want @retardedwizard.com
How does one do that?
try and access the control panel for your bought domain (your registrar ought to have givven you access to a control panel where you can control your domain name and configure it. probably where you configured your domain to point to FriHost server)
Don't think this can be configured through FriHost's cPanel.
Okay, I'll take a look at that. Thanks!
Some places may use the term "alias" to refer to setting up email addresses that server no other purpose other than being forwarded somewhere else, so you may need to look under "aliases" instead of "forwarding."