What's e-mail forwarding? How exactly does it work? In which circumstances is it extremely useful?
If you have an e-mail and you enable forwarding for it, all of the inbound emails will be sent to a third-party email address of your preference. The sender will not be aware of this and he will be sending the email just to the first address. Such a function is effective in case you have multiple websites, each one with a unique e-mail for contact, for example. By forwarding all messages to just one email address, it will be easier for you to keep a record and not miss a message as you have neglected to check a given email address. For those who run a business, you’re able to employ this feature to check the e-mails received by different departments. Another advantage is the fact that you're able to work with an official address for various needs, let’s say email@example.com, and you can get all of the e-mails sent to it inside your private mailbox. It's also possible to forward e-mail messages from a single e-mail address to multiple ones, if a number of individuals should be involved in the e-mail communication.
E-mail Forwarding in Shared Web Hosting
It really is simple to configure forwarding for virtually every email configured inside a shared web hosting account from us. You can do this either while you create a new email address using your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, or whenever you want afterwards because the forwarding can be enabled and deactivated for every existing mailbox with only a few mouse clicks. It's also possible to choose if a copy of the incoming emails will be kept on our servers, which is a really valuable feature. This will be a fail-safe in case that the remote email address is not accessible for some reason, not mentioning that you'll have always a backup of all of the e-mails. If this feature is not activated for a specific email address on our end, an inbound message will be received and sent forward, so zero record of it will remain on the server. If the remote email address is unavailable for the moment, you will lose this e-mail.