An email alias is an e-mail that shares a mailbox with a totally different e-mail. For instance, you can have email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org and messages sent to either one of them will be received in just one mailbox. This feature will make it much easier and much more convenient to handle many different addresses since you will need to log in one mailbox if you work with webmail as well as configure just one address in a e-mail app on your computer. If you create an alias, not only will you be able to get messages, but you will also be able to send e-mails from the different addresses and they will share the Outbox, so you'll still have all communication in a single place. Using aliases is an alternative option to working with various e-mail addresses for several purposes or forwarding one e-mail address to another so that you can handle the e-mails of both in a single location.
E-mail Aliases in Shared Hosting
Setting up an alias for any email address will be very easy if you have a shared hosting
plan with our company. You can do this from the Emails part of the Hepsia Control Panel, used to control the web hosting accounts and it takes just a few clicks. You'll be able to create or remove many aliases at any moment and save your time whenever you control the emails for a few email addresses that you use - for example, numerous departments in a corporation or numerous sections of a site. In case you get e-mails from many addresses in just a single email address, but people needs to have a duplicate of specific messages, you'll be able to combine the aliases with mail forwarding and/or e-mail filters, which could be set up with Hepsia.
E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Servers
You can generate and make use of aliases conveniently if you have a semi-dedicated server
account with us and we handle the mail service for your domains. It requires a handful of clicks with the Emails section of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to add or remove an alias for a given mailbox and you're able to generate as much aliases as you need for any particular objective. For instance, if you happen to manage a site with many areas in which you offer multiple services, you can create an individual alias and all messages sent for all divisions can go to the exact same mailbox for simpler management and processing. Naturally, if some of the messages are supposed to go to a person accountable for a specific service, you're able to mix using aliases along with our e-mail filters and email forwarding.