The term email forwarding describes an email being forwarded from a recipient address to a third-party address which isn't listed as a receiver. For example, a customer sends out an e-mail from their personal mailbox to support@domain.com and as much as they are involved, it is the single recipient. If there is an active forwarding, the e-mail may be sent to owner@domain.com, for instance, even though the customer never meant the email to be sent there and may not be aware of the existence of this mail box. There are several reasons for making use of such forwarding. For example, if you've got various e-mail addresses you're able to forward each of them to a one mail box, which will make checking email messages less difficult and will allow you to get e-mails and respond to them quickly. The feature may also be used if a number of individuals should get a copy of an electronic message delivered to a standard email address.

E-mail Forwarding in Shared Web Hosting

You are able to forward any e-mail address hosted through our system to another one or more third-party email addresses without any difficulty if you've got a shared web hosting package with our company. The option can be enabled and deactivated from the Emails part of the Hepsia Control Panel at any time and you will be able to view a directory of all email addresses where your messages will be forwarded to. You'll have the choice to leave a duplicate of the inbound messages on the server and have a backup whenever you remove anything from the remote email address. This feature can also be quite helpful if there's a temporary downtime with the other email address. Provided that it is activated so we keep a copy of all your email messages being relayed through our system, you'll not risk losing emails.

E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Servers

If you have a semi-dedicated server from our company, it will take just a couple of mouse clicks inside the Email Manager part of your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to forward any of the e-mail addresses created on our server to a third-party address. Inside the same section you will additionally have the ability to observe how many of your email addresses are forwarded and exactly where the inbound e-mails are going. It is possible to enable or disable a forwarding account at any moment and throughout the process you may also decide whether a backup copy of the emails should be maintained on our servers or not. Even if this feature isn't a requirement, it's useful because you will get a backup copy of the messages on our end just in case that anything occurs with the third-party email address. Even if they've got only a momentary issue, you run the risk of losing e-mails as the moment our system receives and forwards an e-mail, nothing will be stored on our end unless you selected a copy to be kept.