An e-mail alias is actually an email that shares a mailbox with a totally different email address. For example, you can have info@domain.com plus support@domain.com and e-mails sent to both of them will be received in a single mailbox. This option will make it easier and much more convenient to control multiple addresses since you will need to log into only one mailbox if you are using webmail as well as create one e-mail address in a email client on your PC. When you set up an alias, you won't just have the ability to receive messages, but you will also be able to send out messages from the various addresses and they'll share the Outbox, so you will still have all communication in a single place. Implementing aliases is surely an alternative option to using various mailboxes for various purposes or forwarding one e-mail address to another one so that you can manage the e-mails of both in a single place.
E-mail Aliases in Shared Hosting
With each and every shared hosting plan that we provide, it's possible to make tens and even hundreds of aliases for every mailbox you have made in the account. The process is really easy and you could add or delete aliases with just a couple of mouse clicks with our in-house built Hepsia Hosting Control Panel. This feature can save you time as it is far more convenient to manage the e-mails from different addresses that you use or that can be listed on your site in one place. If you answer, the other side will get an e-mail from the alias, not from the main address linked to the mailbox. It is easy to combine this option with e-mail filters or email forwarding should you prefer a backup copy of some types of emails in the original mailbox as well as in other separate mailboxes.
E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Servers
It is easy to generate and employ aliases effortlessly if you have a semi-dedicated server account with our company and we take care of the email service for your domains. It will take a handful of mouse clicks in the Emails area of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to add or remove an alias for any given mailbox and you're able to set up as much aliases as you want for a exact intent. For instance, if you run a web site with different sections where you offer many services, you can make a different alias and all of the e-mails sent for all divisions can head to exactly the same mailbox for easier management and processing. Naturally, if some of the messages are supposed to go to a individual accountable for a exact service, you're able to mix using aliases along with our mail filters as well as email forwarding.