The term e-mail forwarding refers to a message being forwarded from a receiving address towards a third-party address that's not mentioned as a recipient. For example, a client sends an email from their private mailbox to firstname.lastname@example.org and as far as they're concerned, this is the single recipient. If there's an active forwarding, the email could be forwarded to email@example.com, for example, although the customer in no way intended the e-mail to be sent there and might not be aware of the existence of this mail box. There are numerous purposes for making use of such forwarding. For instance, if you've got various e-mail addresses you'll be able to forward all of them to a sole email address, which will make monitoring emails simpler and allows you to get emails and respond to them on time. The function may also be used if a number of people should receive a copy of an electronic message delivered to a standard email address.