Learn more about Email Aliases - what they are, what's their function and the way to make one.
Creating an e-mail alias means setting up an e-mail address which shares the exact same mailbox with a different e-mail address both for the incoming and the outgoing email messages. For instance, you’re able to make an email address firstname.lastname@example.org and it'll be connected to its very own mailbox. After that, you can create an alias email@example.com, that will make use of the mailbox of sales@ and does not have a mailbox of its own. Once you look at your e-mails, you'll see messages sent to either one of the two email addresses in one location, which can be more convenient in some instances since you will not need to sign in and out of various mailboxes working with webmail or configure various addresses inside an email application. This feature is usually used as an alternative to forwarding email messages from one address to another if a number of email addresses are listed for contact on a site.
E-mail Aliases in Shared Hosting
Setting up an alias for any email address will be really easy for people with a shared hosting plan from our company. You can do this through the Emails section of the Hepsia Control Panel, used to manage the hosting accounts plus it takes no more than a few mouse clicks. You are able to add or delete many aliases at any moment and save your time when you manage the e-mails for a few emails that you use - for instance, different business units in a company or separate sections of a website. If you receive e-mails from various email addresses in just a single email address, but people should have a duplicate of particular messages, you're able to combine the aliases with e-mail forwarding and/or email filters, which could also be configured with Hepsia.