Email functions can seem quite overwhelming and similar at the same time, no worries as we will explain the exact differences between Catch-All Email, Forwarders, and Email Aliases.
What is a Catch-All Email?
Catch-All Email - is a feature that allows you to catch any emails sent to the misspelled or invalid email addresses (but correct domain name). For example, you have only one address firstname.lastname@example.org, but someone sent an email to email@example.com. Normally, this email would be lost, but with the Catch-All Email feature, you are able to catch all that was sent to you as long as the domain is spelled correctly.
In Hostinger Emails Catch-all can be found in the Emails → domain name → Forwarders page:
You can read more about Catch-All Email at hPanel and cPanel here:
What is Email Forwarder?
Forwarders - is a feature that forwards emails from one of your addresses to absolutely any other email address (even from a different domain). You are also able to save a copy of forwarded emails. In hPanel, you can find Forwarders under the Emails → domain name → Forwarders page:
You can read about Forwarders at hPanel and cPanel here:
What is Email Alias?
Email Aliases - is a feature that allows you to set alternative names for some of your email accounts. For example, you have an email account named firstname.lastname@example.org, and you create 3 aliases for it: sales1, sales2, sales3. If your client sends you an email to one of these email accounts, that email will be forwarded to the main email@example.com account.
In Hostinger Emails you can create an alias at the Emails → domain name → Email Alias page: