If you have an email and you enable forwarding for it, all inbound e-mails will be sent to a third-party email address that you pick. The sender won't be aware of this and he will be sending the e-mail just to the first address. Such a function is useful for people with a number of web sites, each with a separate e-mail for contact, for example. By forwarding all messages to one particular email, it will be simpler for you to keep track and never miss a message because you have neglected to check a particular e-mail address. If you run an enterprise, you are able to take advantage of this feature to watch the communication received by various departments. An additional benefit is the fact that you'll be able to make use of an official e-mail address for some purposes, let’s say email@example.com, and you can now get all of the emails sent to it in your private email address. It's also possible to forward email messages from one email to numerous ones, in case a number of people needs to be involved in the email conversation.
E-mail Forwarding in Website Hosting
In case you have a website hosting package with us and you set up e-mail addresses in your account, you will be able to forward it with no more than a couple of clicks to another e-mail address of your preference. The feature can be activated whenever you set up a brand new mailbox or at any time afterwards and deactivated just as easily in case you change your mind. This is done from the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel in which you can handle your account. You'll have the option to decide if a copy of the inbound messages will stay on our servers or not. The main advantage of this feature is you will always have a copy on your end if anything occurs with the other mailbox or maybe it isn't active for whatever reason during the time an email message is forwarded. When the option is not enabled, a message will be received, forwarded and removed from our system even if the remote e-mail is working or not, so it generally is a wise decision to have it active just to be on the safe side.