Hope thats not a to silly question, I have very little understanding of email stuff and always avoided it.
So what I like to do is have some domain with different emails setup but all emails should end up into a central account but organised into folders
Central IMAP Mail accounts folders.
If I simply forward this mails this wont work I guess.
Edit: Ok i get more specific now
So to get more specific I am not using gmail but my email provider supports filters for sender, reciever, subject, copy to. But how do I detect if a mail was forwarded? I came to this question..
How is this about DNS forwarding? What is the difference between just setting DNS to my email and "real" a real email forwarding service? Just read about MX record and that they are only for SMTP so this is only for sending email?
So I need to have some service to forward my mails for my domain not just DNS records? Is there generally something that send with this forwarded mails rather then the header stuff mentioned in the question above because I can't(server side)/want to setup strange header filters.