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I'm studying in the Russian non-technical University now, but we don't have normal e-mail list to get e-mails from teachers and from each other.

I've created an account on Gmail and send that address to all our teachers. Then I've created 20 filters to forward any incoming e-mail to 20 classmates (gmail limit). And I've created a rule to resend e-mail to other Gmail address. This address has similar filters to other classmates accounts. So, all 35 students can receive teacher's e-mails.

Everything was ok till this september.

During the vacations this scheme stopped working: filters does not run. Filters are very simple (if * forward to name@qwe.ru). Only direct forwarding to one address works. Looks like Gmail blocked this option for my "mail-list".

So, the question is: how can I fix forwarding by the filter?

As an option: is there any way do solve my problem (have one e-mail address for my group) using any free web-service? I know that I can create my own e-mail server, but it's too difficult for me to manage it.

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closed as off topic by studiohack Sep 8 '12 at 22:03

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Questions about web services are off topic on superuser, maybe have this question migrated to webapps.SE. An alternative would be to look at mailing lists and how they work. –  Baarn Sep 8 '12 at 21:56
    
Well if it is an off topic, there is no problem to relocate the question. Can I do it myself? –  Valery Sep 8 '12 at 21:57
    
Flag it (below the question) as off topic and choose webapps. I am not 100% sure if it is on topic there, but I bet it would be. Please wait and do not cross post. Welcome to the StackExchange Sites, anyway. Its a bit confusing to get used to the somewhat strict rules, but nice afterwards :) –  Baarn Sep 8 '12 at 22:00
    
I still think that your approach is a bit too complicated (even if it works), but I have no idea how mailing lists work when you administer them, I know that they exists and only receive mails from them. –  Baarn Sep 8 '12 at 22:01
    
Ok, I've flagged the question. Let's see the result. –  Valery Sep 8 '12 at 22:03

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