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A number of the unique features available with myhosting.com Hosted Exchange Email provide you with various ways of handling your existing mailbox.
If you have multiple email addresses or domain names that you want to consolidate into fewer mailboxes, we can help you accomplish this.
Have 2 different email addresses going to one inbox, and be able to send email from either address?
There are a few reasons why you might need two different email addresses. Perhaps you want a personalized email address for communicating with your colleagues and associates, and also want a generic email address for communicating with your customers. This can be accomplished easily without having to activate 2 full myhosting.com Exchange Email accounts.
Now you can receive email from both accounts and send email from either!
Have 2 different email addresses going into one inbox, but be able to send email only from one?
With myhosting Hosted Exchange you can add additional Email Addresses to your domain that act as aliases to an existing mailbox without adding a new Exchange account. This free feature is included, and allows you to create an email address that can automatically forward email into one Exchange mailbox. For example, you can create an email address like email@example.com that forwards email to firstname.lastname@example.org. John will then receive the email sent to "sales" and will be able to reply using his "john.smith" email address.
Have a different email address going into multiple inboxes?
With distribution lists, you can add a new email address without adding a new Exchange account. This feature is also free and is included with myhosting.com Hosted Exchange Email. It allows you to create an email address that can automatically forward email into one or more Exchange mailboxes. For example, you can create a distribution list like email@example.com that forwards email to both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com!
Each user will receive a separate copy of the email, and can reply with their own Exchange email address.
Have 2 or more different domain names and have an email address on each one?
By adding Domains to your myhosting.com Hosted Exchange email, you can use one Exchange server to host many different domain names. For example, if your company owns domain names for the .com, .net and .org TLDs, you can have firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org all resolving to a single mailbox. You can even use our Primary Email Address feature to change which email address you want to have your email sent from.
Have an email address in your Exchange organization that forwards to a third party email address?
If you want a user to have an email address on your Exchange domain, but don’t want to give them an exchange mailbox, this can be done easily by adding them into your Global Contact List. Through our control panel we allow you to manually add entries in your Global Address List, and to specify the internal and external email addresses that correspond with this contact.
For example, you can create a contact entry for "Jon Doe" that has an internal email address of email@example.com and forwards all email to the external mailbox firstname.lastname@example.org. Jon will appear in your Global Contact list so that everyone in your organization will see his contact details and send him email, and people from outside the organization will be able to send him email through either email address.
Have a distribution list that forwards email to internal and external contacts?
Using the distribution list feature, you can create an email address that will forward email to one or more Exchange mailboxes as well as forwarding email to one or more Global Contacts! After adding a member to your Global Address List, the contact will be assigned an email address within your domain. This allows you to add them to any distribution list that you want to create.
For example you can create a distribution list like email@example.com that forwards email to firstname.lastname@example.org (an Exchange User) and email@example.com (a Global Contact with external email address firstname.lastname@example.org). So any email sent to the "Consultants" distribution list will arrive in Sally’s Exchange mailbox and Jon’s external ISP mailbox.
Keep your company domain name with your existing provider while adding Exchange features to only a few mailboxes? Or keep your existing email address from your ISP while adding Exchange features?
This functionality can be achieved using mail2web Mobile Email. Also based on Exchange but a more customized offering, mail2web Mobile Email offers the means to consolidate your email into a full featured Exchange 2007 mailbox and begin using that mailbox as if it were your ISP or other mailbox.
Using our simplified setup wizard, you can opt to forward or use the mail2web Email Aggregator to move your existing mail into your mail2web Mobile Email account and then using the Primary From Address feature to modify the appearance of your outbound email. Your email is sent and received as though it were always with your existing provider, but you get all the great features of Exchange Calendar, Contacts and Email Sync and much more! Get more info here.