What is Multi-Recipient Addresses (MRA) ?

Multi-recipient Addresses (MRAs) are groups of addresses that email is forwarded to when it is received in a specific mailbox. They work similar to Mail Forwarders, but you can forward to multiple addresses instead of just one.

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