When you've got an e-mail and you activate forwarding for it, all of the incoming emails will be sent to a third-party email address of your choice. The email sender will not be aware of this and he will be sending the e-mail to the original address. This function is useful in case you have several Internet sites, each with a different e-mail for contact, for instance. By forwarding all e-mails to just one e-mail, it will be easier for you to monitor and never neglect an email because you have neglected to check a specific e-mail address. In case you run a company, you are able to take advantage of this function to keep track of the e-mails received by different departments. Another advantage is that you're able to make use of an official email address for various reasons, let’s say firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can get all of the messages sent to it inside your personal email address. It's also possible to forward e-mail messages from one e-mail to numerous ones, in case a number of individuals needs to be involved in the email communication.
E-mail Forwarding in Cloud Hosting
If you have a cloud hosting package with our company and you create email addresses in your account, you are able to forward it with only a couple of clicks to any other e-mail address of your choosing. The feature can be activated when you make a brand new email address or whenever you want later and disabled just as quickly any time you change your mind. This is done through the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel where you can manage your account. Additionally, you will have the option to decide if a copy of the inbound emails will remain on our servers or not. The main advantage of this feature is basically that you will always have a backup on your server if anything occurs with the other email address or maybe it's not active for whatever reason at the time an email message is forwarded. If the feature not active, an e-mail will be received, forwarded and deleted from our servers even if the remote email is operating or not, so it might be a good idea for it to be enabled just to be on the safe side.