With the email forwarding activated for any given address, all of the incoming e-mail messages will be sent to a third-party e-mail address which you have selected even though the latter will not be in the list of recipients and the email sender won't be aware where their message will go. You can use this type of feature if you have multiple email addresses as it will be easier to get all inbound emails in just a single mailbox instead of logging in and out of different ones continuously or setting up a number of mail boxes within an email application. If you have a company or perhaps an organization, the email forwarding is a method to check out all emails received by various departments for improved coordination. It's also possible to use this function the opposite way round - an e-mail sent to a standard email address can be forwarded to several people.
E-mail Forwarding in Shared Hosting
It really is simple to create forwarding for just about any email address set up in a shared hosting account with us. This can be done either when you create a brand new mailbox via your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, or at any moment in the future since the forwarding may be activated and deactivated for any existing mailbox with just a couple of clicks. It is also possible to choose if a backup of the incoming messages will be kept on our servers, which is a really practical feature. This will be a fail-safe if the remote email address is not available for whatever cause, not mentioning that you'll also have a copy of all of the emails. When this option is not enabled for a specific e-mail on our end, an inbound message will be received and sent forward, so zero record of it will stay on our server. When the remote mailbox is unavailable temporarily, you will lose this email.
E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Servers
The feature-rich Email Manager tool inside the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which comes with all of our Linux semi-dedicated service, will help you forward any e-mail you make in the account to one or many different email address with only a number of clicks. Additionally, you will be able to view a set of all of the email addresses you have, which ones are forwarded plus exactly where they're forwarded to. This option can be enabled and deactivated at any moment and you can also decide on whether a copy of the inbound e-mails ought to be maintained on our servers or not. Though this option is not necessary, it could be far easier once you make the most of it, because you will possess a backup of your e-mails when there is some trouble with the remote email server. Regardless of whether there's a temporary problem and no e-mails are lost on our end, you may still not receive a forwarded e-mail if it was sent by our servers throughout the downtime.