Find out what e-mail aliases are and how they function as part of your hosting account.
Creating an e-mail alias means making an e-mail that shares the same mailbox as a different address both for the inbound as well as the outbound e-mail messages. For example, you can create an email address firstname.lastname@example.org and it'll be associated with its own mailbox. Then, you can make an alias email@example.com, which can use the mailbox of sales@ and won't use a mailbox of its own. When you check your email messages, you'll see messages sent to both of the two email addresses in a single place, which can be more convenient in some circumstances as you will not need to sign in and out of different email addresses using webmail or set up multiple addresses in an email app. This feature is normally used as a replacement for forwarding emails from a single e-mail address to a new one if numerous email addresses are included for contact on a web site.
E-mail Aliases in Shared Website Hosting
It is possible to make lots of email aliases with any of the shared website hosting
packages that we offer. Adding an alias to any active mailbox in your account takes a several clicks and you can set up or remove aliases at any moment. This is done through the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, used to manage your web hosting accounts. The option can save you time if you need to control the electronic communication for different divisions, each one having its very own e-mail address. If you send a reply to a customer, they'll get the email coming from the alias, not from the main email address associated with the mailbox. If you have a number of websites and emails, you can combine working with aliases with our email forwarding feature as it may be more convenient and time-saving to get all emails in a single place.