The term e-mail forwarding refers to an e-mail message being forwarded from a receiving address towards a third-party address which is not listed as a recipient. For example, a client sends out an e-mail from their personal mail box to and as much as they're involved, this is the only receiver. If there's an active forwarding, the e-mail might be sent to, for instance, even though the customer never intended the message to be sent there and might not be aware about the presence of this mailbox. There are different purposes for using such forwarding. For example, if you've several emails it is easy to forward all of them to a single mailbox, which can make keeping track of e-mails simpler and will permit you to get emails and respond to them promptly. The function may also be used if a number of people should receive a copy of an e-mail message sent to a standard mailbox.

E-mail Forwarding in Shared Web Hosting

You will be able to forward any e-mail address hosted through our system to one or more third-party addresses without any difficulty if you've got a shared web hosting plan with us. The option can be activated and disabled in the Emails part of the Hepsia Control Panel at any moment and you will be able to see an index of all emails where your correspondence will be sent to. You will also have the choice to leave a duplicate of the inbound communications on our server and get a backup whenever you delete something from the remote mailbox. This option can also be very handy if there's a brief problem with the other mailbox. Provided that it is enabled and we make a copy of all your email messages being relayed through our servers, you simply will not risk sacrificing messages.

E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Servers

If you have a semi-dedicated server from us, you will need just a few mouse clicks in the Email Manager part of your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to forward the emails set up on our end to a third-party e-mail address. Inside the very same section you will additionally have the ability to see how many of your email addresses are forwarded and exactly where the inbound messages are going. You can enable or disable a forwarding account at any moment and throughout the process you may as well decide if a backup of the e-mails has to be kept in our system or not. Although this option is not a must have, it is extremely practical as you will have a backup copy of the emails on our end in the event that something occurs with the third-party email address. Even when they've got only a momentary issue, you run the risk of losing e-mails as the moment our system gets and forwards an e-mail, nothing at all will be kept on our end unless you chosen a backup to be kept.