E-mail Forwarding in Shared Web Hosting
If you have a shared web hosting plan with our company and you set up e-mail addresses in your account, you'll be able to forward it with just a few mouse clicks to another e-mail address of your choosing. The option can be activated when you set up a brand new mailbox or any time later on and deactivated just as quickly any time you change your mind. This is done through the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel in which you can control your account. Additionally, you will have the option to choose if a copy of the inbound messages will stay on our servers or not. The main benefit of this option is you will always have a copy on your server if something occurs with the other email address or maybe it's not active for some reason at the time a message is forwarded. When the option is not enabled, an e-mail will be received, forwarded and erased from our system even if the remote e-mail is functioning or not, so it can be quite a wise decision for it to be active just to be prepared.
E-mail Forwarding in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The feature-rich Email Manager tool in the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which comes with all the Linux semi-dedicated hosting package, will let you forward any e-mail address that you set up with the account to one or many other email address with only several mouse clicks. You will also be able to see a listing of all of the mailboxes that you have, those that are forwarded plus exactly where they are forwarded to. Email forwarding can be enabled and disabled at any moment and you can now additionally select whether a copy of the inbound e-mails must be maintained on our servers or not. Even though this feature is not essential, it might be far more convenient when you take advantage of it, as you will have a backup of the emails if there is some kind of trouble with the remote mail server. Regardless of whether there's a temporary issue and no email messages are lost on our system, you might still not get a forwarded e-mail if it was sent by our servers within the downtime.