Find out more about e-mail forwarding, how it works as well as in which scenarios it is beneficial to get it enabled.
If you have an e-mail and you enable forwarding for it, all incoming emails will be sent to a third-party mailbox that you choose. The email sender will not be aware of this and he will send the e-mail only to the initial address. Such a function is effective if you have a number of Internet sites, each one with a separate e-mail address for contact, for example. By forwarding all messages to just a single e-mail, it will be easier for you to keep a record and not miss an e-mail message as you have forgotten to check on a particular e-mail address. If you have a business, you are able to employ this function to keep track of the e-mails received by various departments. An additional benefit is the fact that you can use an official email address for some reasons, let’s say firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can get all messages sent to it inside your private mailbox. In addition, you can forward e-mail messages from one email to multiple ones, if a number of individuals needs to be involved with the e-mail communication.
E-mail Forwarding in Cloud Hosting
The Hepsia Control Panel, that comes with all of the cloud hosting plans, will allow you to forward any e-mail address in the account to another one without difficulty. This can be done either during the creation of a brand new email address or whenever you want later if you decide that you'll need this function. During the process, you are able to decide if you prefer a duplicate of the e-mails to be kept on the server. This way, you'll have a backup and you'll avoid the probability to lose a message if the forwarding is to an external address, which is briefly inaccessible. This feature can be enabled and deactivated at any time, and when you use emails for critical matters, it is far better to use it, as no data of the email messages will be maintained on the server if the option is not active. Any time you determine that you don't need forwarding any longer, it takes only a mouse click to disable it.