An e-mail alias is an e-mail that shares a mailbox with a totally different e-mail. For instance, you can have and and emails sent to either one of them will be received in one and the same mailbox. This feature will make it easier and more convenient to control a variety of email addresses since you will need to log in just one mailbox if you use webmail or set up a single address in an email client on your PC. When you set up an alias, you won't just have the ability to get e-mails, but you will also be able to send out emails from the various addresses and they'll share the Outbox, so you will have all communication in a single place. Working with aliases is an alternative option to working with various email addresses for a variety of purposes or forwarding a single address to a different one in order to manage the communication of both in one place.

E-mail Aliases in Website Hosting

With each and every website hosting package we provide, you are able to create tens and even hundreds of aliases for just about any mailbox which you have made in the account. The process is really easy you'll be able to add or delete aliases with a few mouse clicks via our in-house developed Hepsia Hosting Control Panel. This feature will save you time considering that it will probably be far more convenient to manage the e-mails from various email addresses which you use or that are on your website in one place. Any time you answer, the other side will get an e-mail from the alias, not coming from the primary address linked to the mailbox. You can combine this option with mail filters or e-mail forwarding if you want a backup copy of some types of e-mails both in the original mailbox as well as in other separate mailboxes.

E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Servers

It is possible to generate and employ aliases conveniently when you've got a semi-dedicated server account with us and we handle the mail service for your domain names. It requires a few mouse clicks with the Emails area of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to add or remove an alias for any given mailbox and you'll be able to create as many aliases as you want for a specific purpose. For example, for those who manage a website with various sections where you provide many services, you can create an individual alias and all emails sent for all divisions can go to the exact same mailbox for easier administration and processing. Of course, if some of the e-mails are supposed to go to a person accountable for a precise service, it is easy to combine making use of aliases with our email filters and email forwarding.