Email Forwarding

Email forwarding generically refers to the operation of re-sending an email message delivered to one email address on to a possibly different email address. The term forwarding has no specific technical meaning.Users and administrators of email systems use the same term when speaking of both server-based and client-based forwarding.Email forwarding can also redirect mail going to one address and send it to one or several other addresses. Vice versa, email items going to several different addresses can converge via forwarding to end up in a single address in-box.
Posts about Email Forwarding
  • Google Opens Its Domain Registration Service To All U.S. Users

    … at other, more established registrars: new domain registration transfers of existing names into Google’s service private domain registration (for free) email forwarding website/URL forwarding integration with website builder services When the service launched last summer, Google Domains didn’t offer many of the new, generic top-level domains (gTLDs…

    Matt Mcgee/ Marketing Landin Google- 15 readers -
  • 10 Email Marketing Tips for Professionals

    … to load, and often, large images or graphics are the cause of slow loading speeds. Large background images significantly bog down the time it takes to load a message in most email clients, which ultimately harms the user experience and your conversion rate. Email clients such as Gmail actually block images automatically and require manual permission…

    Matt Hoggatt/ Adknowledge Blogin EMail- 11 readers -
  • 10 Email Marketing Tips for Professionals

    … expand your reach, either through email forwarding or social networking sites. This way, you’re likely to get your offer in front of other potential customers and increase your traffic and sales. 3 Being able to send personalized follow up messages to your customers is one of the great advantages of email marketing that other channels don’t provide…

    Matt Hoggatt/ Adknowledge Blogin EMail- 8 readers -