The term email forwarding refers to an e-mail message being forwarded from a recipient address towards a third-party address which is not listed as a receiver. For example, a client sends out an e-mail from their private mail box to and as far as they are involved, this is the only receiver. When there is an active forwarding, the e-mail can be sent to, for example, even though the customer never intended the email to be sent there and may not be aware of the presence of this mailbox. There are numerous reasons for applying such forwarding. For example, if you have a number of emails it is possible to forward them all to a single mailbox, which will make keeping track of e-mails less difficult and will allow you to collect messages and respond to them quickly. The function could also be used if a number of individuals should get a copy of an e-mail message sent to a general mail box.
E-mail Forwarding in Shared Web Hosting
You'll be able to forward any e-mail hosted through our system to one or more third-party addresses without any difficulty if you've got a shared web hosting package with our company. The option can be enabled and disabled in the Emails section of the Hepsia Control Panel at any time and you will be able to view a list of all email addresses where your correspondence is sent to. Additionally, you will have the choice to keep a duplicate of the incoming messages on the server and have a backup if you remove something from the remote mailbox. This option can also be rather practical when there is a brief problem with the other email address. As long as it is enabled so we keep a copy of all your email messages being relayed through our system, you simply will not risk losing e-mails.
E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Servers
The feature-rich Email Manager interface in the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which comes with all of our Linux semi-dedicated server, will allow you to forward any email you make with the account to one or multiple additional addresses with no more than several clicks. Additionally, you will have the ability to see a set of all of the mailboxes that you've got, which of them are forwarded and also exactly where they are forwarded to. The option can be activated and disabled at any time and you can also decide on whether a copy of the inbound email messages needs to be kept on our servers or not. Even though this feature is not essential, it could be far more convenient when you make the most of it, as you will get a backup of the e-mails if there is some trouble with the remote mail server. Even if there's a temporary problem and no e-mails are lost on our end, you might still not receive a forwarded message if it was relayed by our servers throughout the downtime.