The term email forwarding describes an e-mail being forwarded from a recipient address towards a third-party address which isn't mentioned as a receiver. For example, a customer sends out an email from their personal mailbox to and as much as they are concerned, this is the only receiver. When there is an active forwarding, the email can be sent to, for instance, even though the customer in no way meant the message to be sent there and may not be aware about the presence of this mailbox. There are various purposes for working with such forwarding. For instance, if you've numerous e-mail addresses it is possible to forward each of them to a sole mail box, which can make monitoring email messages less difficult and allows you to collect messages and respond quickly. The feature could also be used in case a number of people should get a copy of an email message sent to a general email address.

E-mail Forwarding in Shared Hosting

You are able to forward any email address hosted through our system to one or more third-party email addresses easily if you have a shared hosting plan with our company. The feature can be activated and deactivated from the Emails area of the Hepsia Control Panel at any moment and you'll be able to check out a directory of all emails where your messages will be sent to. You will also have the option to keep a duplicate of the incoming emails on our server and get a backup whenever you remove anything from the remote email address. This feature can be quite valuable if there's a brief problem with the other mailbox. Provided that it really is enabled and we make a copy of all of the email messages being relayed through our servers, you simply will not risk sacrificing e-mails.

E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Hosting

The feature-rich Email Manager interface within the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which comes with all our Linux semi-dedicated hosting, will help you forward any e-mail address that you set up in the account to one particular or numerous different addresses with just several mouse clicks. Additionally, you will be able to see a listing of all email addresses that you've got, which ones are forwarded and where they are forwarded to. This feature can be enabled and disabled whenever you want and you can now additionally select if a copy of the incoming email messages should be maintained on our system or not. Though this option is not required, it could be more convenient once you take advantage of it, because you have a backup of your e-mails if there's some problem with the remote email server. Even when there is a temporary problem and no email messages are lost on our end, you might still not receive a forwarded email in the event it was relayed by our servers during the downtime.