The bigger your website gets, the more difficult mailbox managing turns into. And this is when you are able take advantage of our feature–rich E Mail Manager. It comes with all the features you will need that allow you to get in control of your email accounts, plus it’s equipped with a convenient user interface. With just a few mouse–clicks you are able to configure e–mail forwarding, create an email auto–reply, set up anti–spam protection, etcetera. Just scroll down to find out exactly what our E Mail Manager can provide you!
Fight spam in a click
From the E Mail Manager within the Web Hosting Control Panel, you are able to manage junk e–mail messages. The built–in anti–spam tool will filter inbound e–mail messages and you’re able to tailor its amount of control with just a mouse–click. Additionally, you can specify a special degree of spam security for every single mailbox.
There are two simple ways in which our system treats messages referred as spam. You can pick whether a spam email should be removed, or sent to a particular mailbox.
1–click redirection of emails
With the help of the Email forwarding tool, it is easy to direct all of the messages sent to a mailbox to a different mailbox of your liking (either hosted in the same website hosting account or elsewhere on the world wide web).
To forward an email address, just pick it through the drop–down menu and then define the e–mail account that you like all delivered messages to be delivered to. After that, you’re given the choice to pick whether you will need a copy of each message to be saved in the mailbox you forward or not.
Generate custom spam filters without trouble
Email filters certainly are a tool you are able to work with. They operate in a rather simple manner according to keywords and phrases. Everything you need to complete is just indicate the keywords and phrases that you would like the filter to employ and which area of the e–mail account all these keyword phrases have to be found in for example subject line, message body, footer, etcetera.
Another way you may use email filters will be to route all of the spam messages towards a particular folder. Then you could additionally indicate if you need the filtered messages to be saved in the directory (allowing you to see whether some message is sent there in error), or to be removed.