The term email forwarding refers to an email message being forwarded from a recipient address to a third-party address which is not mentioned as a recipient. For example, a customer sends out an e-mail from their private mail box to support@domain.com and as far as they're concerned, this is actually the single receiver. If there is an active forwarding, the email can be forwarded to owner@domain.com, for example, even though the customer never meant the email to be sent there and might not be aware of the existence of this mailbox. There are various reasons for using such forwarding. For instance, if you've got various email addresses you are able to forward them all to a sole mail box, which can make checking e-mails simpler and allows you to collect emails and respond in a timely manner. The feature could also be used in case a number of individuals should receive a copy of an electronic message sent to a standard mail box.
E-mail Forwarding in Cloud Hosting
You will be able to forward any e-mail hosted through our system to one or more third-party addresses with ease if you have a cloud hosting package with our company. The feature can be enabled and deactivated in the Emails part of the Hepsia Control Panel whenever you want and you will be able to see a list of all email addresses where your messages is sent to. You will also have the choice to leave a duplicate of the incoming messages on our server and get a backup whenever you remove anything from the remote mailbox. This feature can also be rather helpful when there is a temporary problem with the other email address. As long as it really is enabled so we make a copy of all emails being relayed through our system, you will not risk losing emails.
E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you have a semi-dedicated server from our company, it will take simply a few clicks inside the Email Manager area of your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to forward the e-mail addresses configured on our end to a third-party address. Inside the same section you will additionally have the ability to see how many of your mailboxes are forwarded and exactly where the inbound emails are going. It is easy to enable or deactivate a forwarding account at any time and during the process you can also decide if a backup copy of the e-mails has to be kept in our system or not. Even if this feature isn't a must have, it's valuable because you will get a backup copy of the messages on our end just in case that anything happens with the third-party email address. Even if they've got a short-term problem, you risk losing email messages as the moment our system receives and forwards an e-mail, nothing will be stored on our end unless you chosen a backup to be maintained.