E-mail Forwarding in Shared Hosting
In case you have a shared hosting plan with us and you create an e-mail address in your account, you are able to forward it with just a few clicks to another address of your choice. The feature can be activated when you make a brand new mailbox or at any time afterwards and deactivated just as quickly if you change your mind. This is done with the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel where you can handle your account. Additionally, you will have the option to decide if a duplicate of the inbound emails will remain on our servers or not. The advantage of this option is that you will always have a copy on your server if anything happens with the other email address or if perhaps it isn't active for some reason during the time an email is forwarded. When the feature not active, an e-mail will be received, forwarded and erased from our servers regardless of whether the remote e-mail is operating 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 interface in the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which will come with all of our Linux semi-dedicated hosting, will allow you to forward any email you set up with the account to one particular or a number of other addresses with only a handful of mouse clicks. Additionally, you will be able to see a listing of all of the email addresses you have, those that are forwarded as well as exactly where they're forwarded to. This option can be activated and disabled whenever you want and you can also decide on should a backup of the incoming emails must be kept on our servers or not. Even though this feature is not essential, it might be far easier if you take advantage of it, because you will have a copy of the messages when there is any kind of problem with the remote mail server. Even if there is a momentary issue and no emails are lost on our servers, you might still not get a forwarded email in the event it was sent by our servers throughout the downtime.