The process of sending a packet toward its destination using a networking device.
The act that occurs when an MTA sends a message delivered to a particular account to one or more new destinations as specified by the account's attributes. Forwarding may be configurable by the user. See also routing.
To ensure and facilitate the passage of goods from an origin to a destination.
just as you can have the post office forward your mail when you move, the computers that deliver email can also be told that you may now be found at a new address. When a computer receives mail from a particular address, it checks to see if a forwarding order exists. If so, it simply sends the mail along to the appropriate destination, usually your new address or primary address.
Directing e-mail from one e-mail box to another. Sending an e-mail message to a third party.
the service of sending a piece of mail to an address other than the one originally on the cover in order to deliver it to the person to whom it is addressed. This service has, at various times, been provided both with and without additional charge.
The process of relaying e-mail from the AccessID e-mail address to a more preferred e-mail account.
(2006-05-02) Chris Limb sending an email on to another email address - this can be done manually or automatically
In Internet terminology, usually refers to email forwarding. It means redirecting (or forwarding) your email messages from one mailbox to another. When you create a Forward on your email account, your email messages can be redirected to another location without the sender knowing the new address.
When referring to email addresses, forwarding allows you to send email sent to a specific box to another box. The second box may or may not be hosted with us. For instance, you could set "firstname.lastname@example.org" to forward to "email@example.com".
A virtual mailbox at your domain name which simply forwards the mail addressed to it to your existing account. More information is available. Contrast with POP mailboxes.
Passing mail from one mailbox to another, particularly when the user is not reading mail regularly on the first system. Some users with accounts on many computers prefer to read mail on one of them (for convenience, better user interface, cost, or other reasons), and so have all their mail forwarded to one account. Forwarding is also used to have mail come to a well-known public name (such as info@host, postmaster@host, or help@host without the need for a specific separate mailbox for that name.
Forwarding is an Email feature that allows customers to forward their Business Email to any other mailbox on the Internet.
Redirecting all web traffic for a domain to a specific URL. So, I might forward thisdomain.com to my free hosting space at http://customer.earthlink.net. Thus to reach my site at Earthlink all a person would have to type in is the domain, rather than the long URL given to me by my ISP. Masking could also be used to hide the fact that the site was on Earthlink once a visitor got there, if I so desired.
The process of sending a message toward another user who is not the actual recipient.
The process of sending a packet toward its destination by an internetworking device.
Having e-mail automatically sent (forwarded) from one e-mail address, to another e-mail address. If a web host has “e-mail forwarding”, then an e-mail of the form, firstname.lastname@example.org will be sent to the specified forwarding address. For example, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com will all be sent to the account specified (some hosts allow these to be forwarded to different accounts).
The forward facility enables you to send an e-mail message you have received to another person or persons.
The process of redirecting email from one inbox to another (email forwarding), or redirecting traffic received at one web address to another. (URL forwarding)
Users are said to forward mail when sending a copy to someone else. In the mail application, this generally refers to automatically sending your mail to another address. Technically this is called "relaying."
The process of sending a frame toward its ultimate destination by an internet-working device.
an e-mail software feature you use to send a copy of a message you have written or received to another person
Process of sending a frame toward its ultimate destination by way of an internetworking device.
The process of redirecting queries related to a domain name (such as request for a web page or e-mail directed to the name) to the actual locations related to that information.
The act of sending on to another destination; "the forwarding of mail to a new address is done automatically"; "the forwarding of resumes to the personnel department".
Sending an email message or post from one person to a third party.