When you've got an e-mail address and you activate forwarding for it, all inbound emails will be sent to a third-party mailbox of your choosing. The email sender will not be aware of this and he will send the message just to the original address. Such a feature is effective for people with several Internet sites, each one with a separate e-mail for contact, for example. By forwarding all messages to one particular email address, it will be simpler for you to keep track and never neglect an e-mail message because you have neglected to check on a particular email address. In case you run a company, you are able to employ this function to watch the communication received by different departments. A further benefit is that you're able to make use of an official email address for some needs, let’s say admin@your-domain.com, and you can get all of the emails sent to it in your personal email address. It's also possible to forward messages from a single e-mail to multiple ones, in case a number of individuals should be involved with the e-mail conversation.

E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Hosting

The feature-rich Email Manager interface in the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which comes with all of the Linux semi-dedicated hosting, will assist you to forward any e-mail address that you make with the account to one particular or a number of other addresses with just a couple of mouse clicks. Additionally, you will have the ability to see a list of all email addresses that you've, which of them are forwarded and also where they are forwarded to. E-mail forwarding can be activated and disabled at any moment and you can now additionally select if a backup of the inbound e-mails should be maintained on our servers or not. Though this feature is not essential, it may be more convenient when you take advantage of it, because you get a backup of your e-mails if there's some problem with the remote email server. Even if there's a temporary problem and no email messages are lost on our system, you may still not get a forwarded message in the event it was relayed by our servers during the downtime.