When you've got an e-mail address and you activate forwarding for it, all of the inbound emails will be sent to a third-party email address of your preference. The e-mail sender will not be aware of this and he will send the email to the first address. Such a function is useful if you have a number of Internet sites, each one with a unique e-mail for contact, for example. By forwarding all emails to one e-mail address, it will be simpler for you to keep track and never neglect an email because you have forgotten to check a particular e-mail. If you have a business, you’ll be able to use this function to monitor the e-mails received by different departments. Another advantage is that you're able to work with an official address for a number of purposes, let’s say firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can get all of the messages sent to it in your personal email address. In addition, you can forward e-mails from one e-mail to a number of ones, if a number of individuals should be involved with the email conversation.