Mail Forward

Mail Forward for Windows

  • Trial version
  • In English
  • Version: 5.1

Forward up to 20 accounts to any email address

If you're floundering in multiple e-mail accounts and just want to use one account for all, then Mail Forward may be able to help you.

The simple application can forward forward mail from AOL, Gmail, Hotmail, MSN, Netscape, and Yahoo web mail accounts to any email address. Not only that, but it can also forward mail from standard standard POP e-mail accounts such as in Outlook or Outlook Express. You can choose, when you delete mail, whether you want it deleting from both accounts or just one of them. The original mailbox address will be used as the return address for the forwarded mail, so if the mail is undeliverable it will be returned to the original account. A nice feature, especially if you send out newsletters regularly or a habitual group e-mail, is the option to use a built-in scheduler that allows you to forward mail at a specified time. If you've got any scripting skills, you can also use scripts to forward e-mail at periodic intervals. This latest version includes support for forwarding mail from alternate, international, and custom domains which means those such as, etc.

A simple solution to your mail, forwarding needs although don't expect it to forward everything instantly.

Mail Forward allows you to forward mail from AOL, Hotmail, MSN, and Yahoo web mail accounts to any email address. Standard POP e-mail accounts can also be forwarded.

Mail can be forwarded for up to 20 separate accounts. For each account, a forwarding address can be specified or a default destination can be used. Mail Forward works by accessing your web mail or POP mailbox and forwarding each piece of mail through your SMTP mail server.


  • Supports major webmail accounts
  • Can forward from POP accounts


  • Doesn't support all web based services
  • Forwarding can be delayed

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User reviews about Mail Forward

  • Anonymous

    by Anonymous

    Unify your webmail.
    If you have multiple webmail addresses Mail Forward is a clever way of unifying them all and receiving them iMore

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