An Email Forwarding address
is not a real Email address. Instead, it's an address that forwards
all Email it receives to another Email address. For example, if you
establish an Email address called info@YourDomain.com to go
to johndoe@YourDomain.com, then all Email sent to
info@YourDomain.com will be automatically forwarded to
johndoe@YourDomain.com. (In this case, 'info' is called an alias
*** Special Feature to Help Reduce SPAM ***
You can even setup Email forwarding (aliasing) so that Email is
forwarded to an account outside of your domain name. For
example, you can setup info@YourDomain.com to go to
firstname.lastname@example.org. This way, you can have unlimited Email addresses to
fit your needs with only a handful of actual Email accounts.
How to Set Up the Forwarding Feature:
1) Type the Email
address that you want to forward in the left side Email
Address box above.
2) Type the full Email address (with
domain name) you would like the mail to be forwarded to in the right
side box above.
3) Finally, click the Submit button.
If you have an unused Email address and you are receiving SPAM at
that address, you might be wondering why you are still receiving
Email there. Your "Catch-All" Email address receives all Emails that
you haven't identified as ones you use regularly. So, if you want to
completely ignore Email being sent to a specific unused Email
address, here's how.
You can add an Email forwarder that will send all Emails to a
place called the "Bit Bucket" which is sort of like Email heaven
(never, neverland). What this means is you can forward mail from a
"dead" address (one that you don't use anymore but is still in SPAM
mailing lists) to a special Email address called
"ignore@YourDomain.com." This mail will not be seen by any
of your domain's Email addresses.
How to Set Up the SPAM Reducing Feature:
1) Type the
Email address that you want to ignore in the left side Email
Address box above.
2) Type ignore@YourDomain.com in
the right side box above.
3) Finally, click the Submit