Find out more about Email Aliases - what they are, what is their function and the way to make one.
An email alias is an e-mail address which uses the same mailbox as the original e-mail. For instance, you could have firstname.lastname@example.org as your original address and create an alias email@example.com. Both the email addresses will be able to share the same mailbox, so e-mails sent to both of them will be received in one place. You can use aliases for a number of reasons, for example communicating with various types of people or registering on websites. If you ever start getting a lot of spam, for example, you can easily get rid of the alias whilst your original mailbox won't be affected in the slightest and you will retain the emails that you need. Aliases in many cases are viewed as a replacement for forwarding emails from one mailbox to a different one if you use several addresses for contact on your website.
E-mail Aliases in Web Hosting
The Hepsia Control Panel, which is provided with every single web hosting plan
we have, will allow you to set up as many aliases as you need for the emails you create in your account. Setting up or removing an alias will require just a couple of clicks, so that you can manage various emails in one mailbox no matter if you employ webmail or an email client on your computer system or smart phone. In this way, you can use a number of emails for personal or company communication and save your time by linking all of them to a single or several mailboxes. You can even combine having aliases for any specific mailbox and forwarding all incoming e-mails from a business to a private e-mail address if you read the latter on a regular basis.
E-mail Aliases in Semi-dedicated Hosting
You can create and employ aliases effortlessly for people with a semi-dedicated server
account together with our company and we handle the email service for your domain names. It requires a couple of mouse clicks with the Emails area of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel to create or remove an alias for a specific mailbox and it is possible to create as much aliases as you want for a exact intent. For example, if you run a website with different sections in which you offer multiple services, you can create an individual alias and all of the messages sent for all business units can go to exactly the same mailbox for simpler management and processing. Naturally, if some of the emails are supposed to go to a individual accountable for a specific service, it is possible to mix making use of aliases with our e mail filters along with email forwarding.