The term e-mail forwarding describes an email message being forwarded from a recipient address towards a third-party address that isn't mentioned as a recipient. For instance, a client sends an e-mail from their private mailbox to and as much as they're involved, it is the only recipient. If there is an active forwarding, the message could be sent to, for example, even though the customer never intended the message to be sent there and may not be aware of the existence of this mail box. There are various reasons for applying such forwarding. For example, if you've got various email addresses it is possible to forward all of them to a single mailbox, which will make checking emails less complicated and allows you to receive messages and respond to them on time. The feature may also be used in case a number of people should receive a copy of an electronic message delivered to a general mail box.