First, ‘catch all’ is a term for a net that grabs everything. And so, applies to messaging addresses we combine. It follows, aggregate accounts into one personal email. Given, proper netiquette to us a catch all. As a result, do use one inbox for multiple accounts. Since, most of of us have more than one.
It follows, we combine email addresses into one whole inbox. Next, third party apps make it possible. Then, software does not require multiple accounts.
So, one account can get mail for another. Then, a third party. Given, the software provider is separate from the email provider.
Now, Thunderbird is a popular third party email software program. To begin, open source. Then, a program installed on a desktop. Hence, saves messaging documents to our own files.
Also, free email accounts from large companies offer the service as well. But, its based online. So, a cloud computing app. As a result, makes it convenient to have all emails in one inbox. Since, we can access anywhere from the web.
Aggregate Accounts Netiquette
Collect messaging addresses into a single inbox. Given, it is saves time. So, more efficient. Given, we have multiple messaging apps.