Making an e-mail alias means making an e-mail that shares the very same mailbox with a different address for both the inbound and the outgoing e-mail messages. For example, you’re able to make an e-mail address email@example.com and it will be connected to its very own mailbox. Then, you can make an alias firstname.lastname@example.org, that can make use of the mailbox of sales@ and will not use a mailbox of its own. When you look at your e-mails, you will see e-mail messages sent to either one of the two email addresses in one location, which can be more convenient in some circumstances as you will not have to sign in and out of different mailboxes working with webmail or create multiple addresses in an email app. This option is often used as a replacement for forwarding e-mail messages from a single e-mail address to a different one if multiple email addresses are listed for contact on a website.
E-mail Aliases in Website Hosting
With every website hosting
package we offer, it's possible to create tens and even hundreds of aliases for every mailbox you have made in the account. The process is quite simple and you can create or remove aliases with only a couple of mouse clicks with our in-house made Hepsia Hosting Control Panel. This function will save you time considering that it is far more convenient to manage the emails from different e-mail addresses that you use or that can be listed on your site in one place. If you answer, the other side will receive an email from the alias, not coming from the main address linked to the mailbox. You'll be able to combine this option with mail filters or e-mail forwarding should you prefer a copy of some types of e-mails both in the primary mailbox and in other independent email addresses.
E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Hosting
You're able to create and use aliases conveniently when you've got a semi-dedicated server
account together with us and we handle the email service for your domains. It requires a few clicks in the Emails area of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to create or delete an alias for a specific mailbox and you're able to generate as much aliases as you want for a particular intent. For instance, if you happen to run a site with different areas in which you offer multiple services, you can create a unique alias and all messages sent for all departments can go to the exact same mailbox for simpler supervision and processing. Naturally, if some of the e-mails are supposed to go to a individual in control of a specific service, you're able to combine using aliases with our e-mail filters along with email forwarding.