If you have an email address and you enable forwarding for it, all of the inbound e-mails will be sent to a third-party email address that you choose. The sender won’t be aware of this and he will be sending the e-mail only to the original address. This type of function is effective if you have numerous websites, each with a unique email for contact, for instance. By forwarding all emails to one particular e-mail address, it will be simpler for you to keep a record and not miss a message as you have overlooked to check on a particular email. In case you run a company, you are able to employ this feature to check the e-mails received by different departments. A further advantage is that you are able to use an official address for a number of needs, let’s say firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can now get all of the messages sent to it inside your private email address. In addition, you can forward e-mail messages from a single email address to numerous ones, if a number of individuals needs to be involved in the email conversation.
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