Making an e-mail alias means setting up an e-mail address which shares the same mailbox with a completely different address both for the inbound and the outbound email messages. For example, you’re able to create an address and it'll be connected to a unique mailbox. Then, you can make an alias, that will make use of the mailbox of sales@ and won't have a mailbox of its own. When you check your emails, you'll see e-mails sent to both of the two addresses in one place, which might be more convenient in some circumstances since you will not have to sign in and out of different email addresses using webmail or configure various email addresses inside an email app. This feature is normally used as a substitute for forwarding emails from one address to a new one if numerous addresses are mentioned for contact on a site.

E-mail Aliases in Shared Web Hosting

With every shared web hosting plan that we provide, you will be able to make tens and even hundreds of aliases for every mailbox you have created in the account. The procedure is quite simple and you could create or delete aliases with only a couple of mouse clicks with our in-house built Hepsia Hosting Control Panel. This feature will save you time since it will likely be easier to take care of the emails from various addresses that you use or which are on your website in one place. Any time you answer, the other side will receive an email from the alias, not coming from the original e-mail address linked to the mailbox. You can combine this feature with e-mail filters or e-mail forwarding if you need a backup copy of some types of messages in the main mailbox and in other separate mailboxes.

E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Hosting

You'll be able to generate and make use of aliases effortlessly if you have a semi-dedicated server account together with us and we take care of the email service for your domain names. It will take a few clicks in the Emails area of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to add or remove an alias for a specific mailbox and it is possible to set up as many aliases as you need for a particular objective. For example, for those who manage a site with various sections in which you offer many services, you can make a separate alias and all messages sent for all departments can head to the exact same mailbox for easier supervision and processing. Of course, if a portion of the messages are supposed to go to a person in control of a precise service, you'll be able to combine making use of aliases with our e mail filters and email forwarding.