In my experience this applies to Mavericks (10.9) and Yosemite (10.10) the same way that Apple says to do it for Mountain Lion.
- In Server.app, go to Users and select a user.
- Click the gear icon (or Control-click the user name) and choose "Edit Mail Options..."
- From the "Mail should be:" pop-up menu, select "forwarded".
- Enter the forwarding email address in the "to email address:" field.
Additionally or alternatively, there is also a configuration file at /etc/aliases, /etc/postfix/aliases, and/or /Library/Server/Mail/Config/postfix/aliases which can be edited (using
sudo) and in the area "# Put your local aliases here." you could put the line:
user: [email protected]
If you want a copy to stay in the local mailbox of user you could use:
user: user,[email protected]
If you want copies to go to additional accounts, they are separated by commas.
This can be used for email addresses that do not have accounts on the machine such as webmaster or postmaster.
After saving the file, one needs to run the command:
I have done this for Mavericks Server for local email addresses, recently tested it for Yosemite Server and found that it works for external address too.
Note that individual aliases can also be added for particular users in Server.app.
Also of possible use are the notes kept by "magnusviri" about managing postfix on OS X Server (3.1.2) on Mavericks 10.9.4 - there is disussion about the different locations of configuration files between /etc, /etc/postfix, and/or /Library/Server/Mail/Config/postfix/ Only one of these three locations will be being used by your setup, so editing the "wrong" files will have no effect on the system's behaviour.