An e-mail alias is an email address which uses the very same mailbox as the primary email. For instance, you could have firstname.lastname@example.org as the authentic address and add an alias email@example.com. The 2 email addresses will be able to share the same mailbox, so messages sent to both of them will be received in a single place. You can use aliases for a number of reasons, such as talking with various types of people or enrolling on sites. For those who start getting lots of spam, for example, you can easily get rid of the alias while your actual mailbox won't be affected in the slightest and you will maintain the emails that you need. Aliases in many cases are regarded as a substitute for forwarding emails from one mailbox to another one if you are using 2 or more addresses for contact on your site.
E-mail Aliases in Shared Website Hosting
It is easy to create a large number of e-mail aliases with the shared website hosting
packages we offer. Adding an alias to any active email address inside your account takes a several mouse clicks and you can also generate or remove aliases whenever you want. This can be done with the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which is used to manage your hosting accounts. The feature will save you time when you need to handle the electronic communication for several business units, each having its own e-mail. Once you send out a reply to a client, they will receive the email coming from the alias, not from the original address linked to the mailbox. When you've got many websites and email addresses, it is easy to combine using aliases together with our e-mail forwarding feature as it may be far easier and time-saving to receive all e-mails in a single place.
E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Servers
It is easy to set up and employ aliases conveniently when you've got a semi-dedicated server
account together with us and we take care of the mail service for your domain names. It requires a couple of mouse clicks with the Emails part of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to add or delete an alias for a given mailbox and you'll be able to set up as many aliases as you want for a exact objective. For instance, if you run a web site with various sections where you provide multiple services, you can make an individual alias and all of the messages sent for all business units can head to the exact same mailbox for easier supervision and processing. Of course, if some of the messages are supposed to go to a person responsible for a specific service, you are able to mix making use of aliases with our e-mail filters as well as email forwarding.