Creating an email alias means making an email address which shares the same mailbox as a completely different address both for the incoming and the outbound emails. For instance, you can make an address sales@domain.com and it'll be associated with its own mailbox. After that, you can make an alias support@domain.com, which will make use of the mailbox of sales@ and won't have a mailbox of its own. Once you check your e-mails, you'll see emails sent to both of the two addresses in one place, which can be far more convenient in some circumstances because you will not have to sign in and out of different mailboxes working with webmail or create many addresses inside an email application. This option is often used as an alternative to forwarding email messages from one address to another one if multiple email addresses are included for contact on a site.

E-mail Aliases in Web Hosting

You can create lots of email aliases with the web hosting plans that we provide. Adding an alias to any existing mailbox inside your account takes a several mouse clicks and you can create or remove aliases at any moment. This is done with the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, which is used to manage your website hosting accounts. The option will save you precious time if you need to handle the electronic communication for several sections, each one having its own e-mail address. Once you send out a reply to a customer, they will receive the email coming from the alias, not from the original email address linked to the mailbox. If you have numerous web sites and email addresses, it is easy to combine using aliases with our email forwarding feature as it can be far easier and time-saving to get all messages in one place.

E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Hosting

You'll be able to set up and make use of aliases effortlessly if you have a semi-dedicated server account along with us and we handle the email service for your domain names. It will take a couple of clicks with the Emails area of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to create or remove an alias for a specific mailbox and you are able to generate as many aliases as you need for a exact objective. For example, if you happen to run a web site with various sections in which you offer a number of services, you can make a unique alias and all of the e-mails sent for all departments can go to the very same mailbox for easier supervision and processing. Naturally, if a portion of the e-mails are meant to go to a person accountable for a precise service, you're able to mix working with aliases along with our email filters as well as email forwarding.