An email alias is actually an email that shares a mailbox with a completely different e-mail address. For example, you could have and and emails sent to either one of them will be received in just one mailbox. This option will make it less complicated and much more convenient to handle various addresses since you will need to log into one single mailbox if you are using webmail or set up just one address in a email application on your PC. When you create an alias, you will not only have the ability to get emails, but you will also be able to send emails from the various addresses and they'll share the Outbox, so you'll have all communication in one location. Using aliases is surely a substitute for using different e-mail addresses for different purposes or forwarding a single address to a new one so that you can handle the e-mails of both in a single place.
E-mail Aliases in Shared Hosting
It is easy to make lots of email aliases with any of the shared hosting packages that we offer. Adding an alias to any existing email address in your account takes a several clicks and you can also create or delete aliases at any moment. This is done from the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which is used to handle the website hosting accounts. The option will save you time when you have to control the digital communication for different departments, each with its very own e-mail. If you send out a response to a customer, they will receive the email from the alias, not from the original address linked to the mailbox. For people with numerous websites and emails, you can combine working with aliases with our e-mail forwarding feature as it can be more convenient and time-saving to have all e-mails in a single place.
E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Servers
You can set up and make use of aliases easily when you've got a semi-dedicated server account along with our company and we take care of the mail service for your domains. It requires a few clicks in the Emails part of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to add or remove an alias for a specific mailbox and it is easy to generate as many aliases as you want for any particular objective. For example, if you run a web site with many sections in which you provide a number of services, you can create a different alias and all of the messages sent for all divisions can head to the same mailbox for easier supervision and processing. Of course, if a number of the messages are meant to go to a individual accountable for a exact service, you can mix making use of aliases with our mail filters and email forwarding.