Email Forwarding - discover in which cases it is helpful and how to enable it from your web hosting account.
When you've got an e-mail and you enable forwarding for it, all of the incoming messages will be sent to a third-party mailbox of your choice. The e-mail sender won't be aware of this and he will be sending the email just to the first address. This feature is useful if you have a number of websites, each one with a separate email address for contact, for instance. By forwarding all messages to a single email, it will be easier for you to keep a record and not pass up an e-mail message because you have forgotten to check on a given e-mail. In case you manage an enterprise, you’ll be able to employ this feature to keep track of the communication received by various departments. An additional advantage is that you can make use of an official email address for various needs, let’s say email@example.com, and you can now get all of the messages sent to it inside your private email address. You can also forward e-mails from a single e-mail to a number of ones, if a number of individuals needs to be involved in the email communication.
E-mail Forwarding in Cloud Hosting
It is really simple to configure forwarding for virtually every email configured in a cloud hosting account with our company. This can be achieved either when you set up a brand new email address using your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, or any time later as the forwarding may be enabled and disabled for every active mailbox with a couple of clicks. It's also possible to decide if a backup of the incoming messages will be maintained on our servers, a really handy option. This will be a fail-safe whenever the remote email address is not accessible for some cause, not mentioning that you'll also have a copy of all of the emails. If this feature is not activated for a specific email on our end, an incoming message will be received and sent forward, so zero record of it will remain on our server. When the remote mailbox is inaccessible for the moment, you'll lose this email.