The pipe to program
option, must be setup for each individual email. When you pipe an email to a script, every email will go through the script, then you must code it to handle the mail as needed.
There is also a User level filtering
button in the cPanel under Mail
, if you just want to create email filters.
We are happy to set the pipe to program
option on the server for you, since it is not accessible on a shared account.
Your original error stated:
(ultimately generated from email@example.com)
Arnel edited this file on the server: /etc/valiases/domain.com, as per the cPanel article
he linked to previously. This will allow you to pipe email to a perl script for that specific email address only(stuff@).
I then see you contacted Alicia in Live Tech Support
and requested that she set valiases to default, which deletes all email forwarders in cPanel.
If you don't want to pipe that email address to a perl script, Tech Support should have just removed this line from the domain's file in valiases:
Tech support would have to do this to
Sorry for any confusion that may have occurred. If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.