The term e-mail forwarding describes an email being forwarded from a recipient address towards a third-party address which is not mentioned as a receiver. For example, a client sends out an email from their personal mailbox to and as much as they are concerned, this is actually the only receiver. When there is an active forwarding, the e-mail might be forwarded to, for example, although the customer never meant the email to be sent there and might not be aware about the presence of this mail box. There are numerous purposes for making use of such forwarding. For example, if you've got numerous emails you can forward each of them to a single mailbox, which can make keeping track of emails easier and will permit you to get emails and respond to them on time. The feature may also be used in case a number of individuals should get a copy of an email message sent to a standard email address.
E-mail Forwarding in Cloud Hosting
It really is very easy to create forwarding for every email created inside a cloud hosting account from our company. This can be done either when you set up a new email address via your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, or at any time in the future since the forwarding can be activated and deactivated for every existing email address with only a few clicks. It's also possible to decide if a backup copy of the incoming messages will be kept on our servers, a very handy option. This will be a fail-safe if the remote email address is not available for whatever reason, not mentioning that you'll also have a backup of all of the emails. When this feature is not activated for a specific email on our end, an inbound e-mail will be received and sent forward, so no record of it will remain on our server. When the remote mailbox is down for the moment, you will simply lose this email.
E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you have a semi-dedicated server through us, it will take only a couple of clicks in the Email Manager part of your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to forward the email addresses configured on our end to a third-party address. Inside the exact same area you will also be able to observe how many of your mailboxes are forwarded and exactly where the incoming messages are sent. You can enable or deactivate a forwarding account at any time and during the process you can also decide if a backup copy of the emails has to be maintained on our servers or not. Although this option is not a must have, it is quite helpful since you will get a backup of the emails on our end in the event that anything happens with the third-party mailbox. Even if they have only a short-term issue, you run the risk of losing e-mail messages as when our system receives and forwards an e-mail, nothing will be stored on our end unless you chosen a backup to be maintained.