The term e-mail forwarding refers to an email message being forwarded from a receiving address to a third-party address which is not listed as a recipient. For example, a client sends out an email from their personal mailbox to and as much as they are involved, this is actually the single recipient. When there is an active forwarding, the message may be sent to, for instance, although the customer never intended the message to be sent there and might not be aware about the existence of this mailbox. There are various purposes for working with such forwarding. For example, if you've various email addresses you are able to forward them all to a one mailbox, which can make checking email messages easier and allows you to receive emails and respond on time. The function may also be used if a number of people should receive a copy of an e-mail message delivered to a general mailbox.

E-mail Forwarding in Web Hosting

It's possible to forward any email hosted through our system to one or more third-party addresses in no time if you have a web hosting plan with us. 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 see an index of all email addresses where your correspondence is forwarded to. Additionally, you will have the choice to keep a duplicate of the incoming emails on our server and have a backup if you remove something from the remote email address. This option can be rather handy if there's a brief problem with the other email address. As long as it is activated and we keep a copy of all emails being relayed through our system, you simply won't risk sacrificing e-mails.

E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Servers

The feature-rich Email Manager tool in your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which will come with all our semi-dedicated hosting plan, will assist you to forward any email you set up in the account to one or multiple additional email address with just a number of mouse clicks. Additionally, you will have the ability to view a list of all mailboxes that you've got, which of them are forwarded as well as where they're forwarded to. This option can be enabled and deactivated at any time and you can now also select whether a backup of the incoming emails ought to be maintained on our system or not. Though this feature is not essential, it may be far more convenient if you make the most of it, because you will have a copy of the e-mails if there is any kind of problem with the remote email server. Even when there is a short-term problem and no email messages are lost on our end, you might still not get a forwarded e-mail if it was sent by our servers during the downtime.