An e-mail alias is an email that uses the exact same mailbox as the original email. For example, you can have as your original address and add an alias The 2 email addresses will be able to share the exact same mailbox, so e-mails sent to both of them will be received in one place. Feel free to use aliases for several purposes, for example emailing different teams of people or registering on web sites. For those who begin to get a number of spam, for example, you can easily remove the alias while your actual mailbox won't be impacted in the slightest and you'll keep the emails that you need. Aliases in many cases are considered to be a substitute for forwarding emails from one email address to a different one if you work with more than one addresses for contact on your website.

E-mail Aliases in Shared Website Hosting

With every single shared website hosting package that we provide, it's possible to make tens or even hundreds of aliases for just about any mailbox which you have created in the account. The process is quite simple and you could add or remove aliases with just a few clicks with our in-house built Hepsia Hosting Control Panel. This feature can save you time since it will be far more convenient to handle the e-mails from various addresses that you use or which are listed on your web site in a single place. Once you answer back, the other side will get an email from the alias, not coming from the original address associated with the mailbox. You'll be able to combine this option with e-mail filters or e-mail forwarding should you prefer a backup copy of some types of e-mails in the main mailbox and in other independent email addresses.

E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Servers

It is possible to create and employ aliases easily 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 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 can create as much aliases as you need for a exact intent. For example, if you happen to run a site with many areas in which you provide a number of services, you can make a separate alias and all messages sent for all divisions can head to the exact same mailbox for easier management and processing. Of course, if some of the emails are supposed to go to a person responsible for a exact service, you're able to mix making use of aliases along with our email filters as well as email forwarding.