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 An email alias is simply a forwarding email address. You can create an email alias that forwards to a single email address or multiple email addresses. ​ An email alias is simply a forwarding email address. You can create an email alias that forwards to a single email address or multiple email addresses. ​
  
-In the top right you will see a blue button - "​Login"​ +**Log-in to your account** by following the instructions labeled "​**Accessing your RHWSI account**"​ in the main **Table of Contents**.
- +
- +
-  ​*Click it +
-  ​*Log in with your+
-    ​*Username- +
-    ​*Password -+
  
 Click the Email link. Click the Email link.
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 **To forward to a single email (or multiple email addresses):​** **To forward to a single email (or multiple email addresses):​**
  
-It's fairly simple, just add the email before the @ sign, and put the forwarding email address in. Click "​Add"​ if you want to forward to multiple email addresses. \\Finish by clicking "​Submit"​.+It's fairly simple, just add the email before the @ sign, and put the forwarding email address in. Click "​Add"​ if you want to forward to multiple email addresses. \\ Finish by clicking "​Submit"​.
  
  **To forward to a single email(or multiple email addresses) and also forward to itself:**  **To forward to a single email(or multiple email addresses) and also forward to itself:**
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   *<​emailone@yourdomain.com> ​ is to be forwarded to <​emailtwo@gmail.com>  ​   *<​emailone@yourdomain.com> ​ is to be forwarded to <​emailtwo@gmail.com>  ​
   *You want an email to go to the account *<​emailone@yourdomain.com>​ and to the account <​emailtwo@gmail.com>​   *You want an email to go to the account *<​emailone@yourdomain.com>​ and to the account <​emailtwo@gmail.com>​
-  *In that case make sure you set both *<​emailone@yourdomain.com>​ and emailtwo@gmail.com as destination email address in the email alias settings for <​emailone@yourdomain.com> ​ +  *In that case make sure you set both *<​emailone@yourdomain.com>​ and emailtwo@gmail.com as destination email address in the email alias settings for <​emailone@yourdomain.com>​ \\  
-\\Finish by clicking "​Submit"​.+Finish by clicking "​Submit"​.
  
  
  
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