The term email forwarding refers to an email message being forwarded from a recipient address to a third-party address that is not mentioned as a receiver. For example, a client sends an e-mail from their personal mail box to email@example.com and as much as they are involved, it is the single receiver. If there's an active forwarding, the message could be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org, for instance, even though the customer in no way intended the message to be sent there and might not be aware about the existence of this mail box. There are numerous reasons for using such forwarding. For instance, if you've got various e-mail addresses you'll be able to forward them all to a one mail box, which will make checking e-mails less difficult and allows you to get emails and respond to them timely. The function can also be used in case a number of individuals should receive a copy of an electronic message delivered to a standard mail box.