Discover more about e-mail forwarding, the way it operates and in which circumstances it is practical to have it enabled.
If you have an email and you enable forwarding for it, all incoming emails will be sent to a third-party email address that you choose. The e-mail sender will not be aware of this and he will be sending the email to the first address. This type of function is effective for people with multiple Internet sites, each with a different e-mail for contact, for instance. By forwarding all e-mails to a single email address, it will be simpler for you to monitor and not neglect an e-mail message as you have forgotten to check on a certain e-mail address. For those who have an enterprise, you are able to take advantage of this function to check the emails received by various departments. A further benefit is that you're able to use an official address for various reasons, let’s say firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can get all of the emails sent to it in your private mailbox. In addition, you can forward e-mail messages from a single email address to numerous ones, if a number of people needs to be involved with the email conversation.
E-mail Forwarding in Shared Website Hosting
The Hepsia Control Panel, which comes with all of our shared website hosting plans, will let you forward any e-mail in the account to another one effortlessly. You can do this either during the creation of a brand new mailbox or at any time later if you choose that you will need this function. During the process, you will be able to decide if you prefer a backup of the messages to be kept on the server. This way, you will have a backup and you'll avoid the probability to lose an email if the forwarding is to an outside address, that's momentarily inaccessible. This feature can be activated and disabled any time, and if you use email messages for crucial matters, it is best to use it, because no data of the e-mails are kept on the server in case the option is not enabled. If you determine that you do not need forwarding anymore, it takes a mouse click to deactivate it.