I had an email address that was set up for a group of users in my organization. I wanted forward incoming email that was sent to that address to all of the individuals in the group. I initially logged into cPanel (11.30.6), browsed to the Mail section, and chose Forwarders. I chose Add Forwarder, but the Destination only provides a single-line text box for input. Because of that, I assumed that I could only forward from a single address to a single email address. To accomplish the task, I chose to create a mailing list in cPanel, which did the job, but also required all of the issues of maintaining a mailing list.
Recently I needed to create another group email address and I was determined to find a more elegant approach than using a mailing list. I dove back into cPanel and just began adding forwarders using the same Address to Forward, but changing the Destination for all of the individuals in a group. I sent some test emails to ensure that it worked, and it did. The problem was solved, but it sure seemed like an odd implementation in the cPanel interface. Subsequently I Googled this situation, and came across a blog post stating that in the background cPanel actually creates a single forward entry within the operating system. So it doesn’t look pretty, but it is efficient. Maybe in the next version of cPanel they will provide a multi-line text box for the forwarding destination to make forwarding to multiple email addresses more straightforward.