My configuration of WordPress includes Admin Tools which tends to generate a fair amount of email traffic as a result of many events that happen on WordPress such as failed login attempts, security exceptions etc.
When I launch a new website, I normally create a new email account for my customer and have all the email traffic go that account, but this can create concern for them if/when they see the number of failed login attempts and security exceptions. I know these are normal, but my explanation isn't always accepted by them easily. I prefer those go to me and not to them.
I would like to find a way to do this:
- One email account (smtp configuration) that handles all site related email such as login attempts and security exceptions etc.
- Another email account that handles all form submissions and other WordPress transactional activity only
So, my questions is: Is this possible, and if so, do you have any suggestions on how I go about setting it up.
Sorry for the ticket: I've just been getting nowhere on Google and not even sure I know what to search for.
Thanks for your help.