The term email forwarding describes an email message being forwarded from a recipient address to a third-party address which isn't mentioned as a receiver. For example, a client sends an email from their personal mail box to and as much as they are involved, this is actually the single receiver. When there is an active forwarding, the e-mail might be forwarded to, for instance, even though the customer never intended the message to be sent there and may not be aware about the presence of this mail box. There are various reasons for using such forwarding. For instance, if you've got several e-mail addresses you are able to forward all of them to a single email address, which will make checking e-mails simpler and will permit you to collect e-mails and respond timely. The function may also be used if a number of people should get a copy of an email message sent to a standard mailbox.

E-mail Forwarding in Hosting

It really is very easy to configure forwarding for any e-mail set up inside a hosting account with us. This can be accomplished either while you make a brand new email address via your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, or whenever you want later as the forwarding may be enabled and disabled for every existing email address with a few mouse clicks. It's also possible to decide if a backup of the incoming e-mails will be maintained on our servers, a pretty helpful option. This can be a fail-safe whenever the remote mailbox is not available for whatever cause, not mentioning you will always have a copy of all your messages. When this feature is not enabled for a given email address on our end, an inbound message will be received and sent forward, so zero record of it will stay on our server. If the remote mailbox is down temporarily, you'll lose this message.

E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Hosting

The feature-rich Email Manager tool within the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which comes with all the Linux semi-dedicated hosting, will allow you to forward any e-mail that you create in the account to one particular or several other addresses with just a number of mouse clicks. You'll be able to see a list of all mailboxes that you've, which of them are forwarded as well as where they are forwarded to. Email forwarding can be activated and disabled at any moment and you can now also select whether a backup of the inbound e-mails needs to be maintained on our system or not. Even though this option is not necessary, it may be more convenient when you make the most of it, because you have a backup of your messages when there is some kind of issue with the remote mail server. Even if there's a temporary issue and no e-mails are lost on our system, you might still not receive a forwarded email if it was relayed by our servers within the downtime.