E-mail Forwarding in Web Hosting
In case you have a web hosting package with our company and you set up an e-mail address inside your account, you'll be able to forward it with no more than a couple of clicks to any other e-mail address of your preference. The option can be activated when you make a brand new email address or any time later on and disabled just as easily if you change your mind. This is done with the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel where you can manage your account. You will also have the option to choose whether a copy of the incoming emails will stay on our servers or not. The main advantage of this option is that you will always have a backup on your end if something happens with the other email address or if perhaps it is not active for some reason at the time an e-mail is forwarded. If the feature not active, a message will be received, forwarded and deleted from our system even if the remote e-mail is functioning or not, so it generally is a wise decision to have it active just to be on the safe side.
E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Servers
The feature-rich Email Manager interface in your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which will come with all of our semi-dedicated server, will help you to forward any e-mail you make with the account to one or numerous other email address with no more than a couple of mouse clicks. You'll be able to view a number of all of the email addresses that you've, which of them are forwarded and exactly where they're forwarded to. This feature can be activated and disabled whenever you want and you can additionally select should a copy of the inbound emails must be maintained on our servers or not. Though this option is not essential, it could be far more convenient if you make the most of it, as you will have a backup of the e-mails if there is some kind of problem with the remote email server. Even when there is a momentary issue and no emails are lost on our system, you may still not receive a forwarded message in the event it was sent by our servers during the downtime.