As the name says, a catch-all address is meant to catch all emails sent to any non-existing email accounts on your domain.
It can be useful to catch emails mistakenly sent to an address that doesn't exist. For example, if the sender made a spelling mistake and typed in "email@example.com" instead of "firstname.lastname@example.org".
Unfortunately, most emails that you catch will be spam. If you decide to use the catch-all feature, we recommend creating a separate account for this on your domain and periodically checking if you have caught any emails you want to keep.
Set up a catch-all address
- Log in to the one.com control panel.
- Click See more on the Email tile to open Mail Administration.
- Click on the Catch-all address tab in the menu bar near the top of the screen.
- Type in the email address that should become your catch-all address and click Add.
- An email is now sent to the address you added as a catch-all. In the email, click Verify email forward to verify it.
When you have verified the catch-all, every email sent to a non-existing address on your domain will be delivered to your catch-all address from now on.