Although using email messages generally is a trouble–free process, handling the mailboxes for your website can sometimes be a cumbersome procedure. If you do not use an easy to use interface, such as the E Mail Account Manager so that you can get the job done. It comes with a bunch of inbuilt beneficial tools that can assist you accomplish challenging jobs within a few mouse–clicks. Take a look at precisely what the E Mail Account Manager can do to suit your needs!
Deal with spam in a mouse–click
From the E Mail Account Manager of your Site Control Panel, you can actually manage trash messages. The enclosed anti–spam tool will filter inbound emails and you can personalize its amount of control with just a mouse–click. It’s also possible to state a unique level of spam security for every single email account.
There are 2 simple ways in which our system addresses messages flagged as spam. You can pick whether a spam email will be erased, or sent to a pre–selected mailbox.
1–click redirection of e–mail messages
By using the Email forwarding tool, you can actually divert the e–mail messages delivered to a mailbox to an alternative mailbox of your liking (either hosted within the same hosting account or some place else on the web).
To forward an email, simply select it from the drop–down selection afterwards specify the e–mail account that you like all delivered messages to get sent to. And then, you are given the opportunity to choose whether you’d like a duplicate of each message to be saved in the mailbox you forward or not.
Design unique spam filters without trouble
Email filters certainly are a tool you’re able to use. They function in a very simple manner according to key words. What you need to do is indicate the key terms that you want the filter to work with and exactly which part of the email account all these key phrases should be located in for instance subject line, message body, footer, etcetera.
Another way you can use e–mail filters is to direct all of the junk mail messages into a specific folder. Then you could further identify if you want the filtered e–mails to be kept in the folder (so you can check if some message is delivered there by accident), or to be removed.
Email protection with DomainKeys and SPF records
We’ve included a collection of tools in your Site Control Panel that are going to secure your email address from being employed for spam purposes without you knowing. We’ve DomainKeys active for all of the mailboxes automatically. This particular service balances the sender’s site with the e–mail message to ensure that the delivered message was produced by that address.
We’ve also provided SPF (Sender Policy Framework) protection – a service, which safeguards all of your email accounts from spammers that make use of your e–mail address to transmit spam messages on presumably your account.
Email Auto–Configure Option
Configure an e–mail address on your computer in a mouse–click
If you check your email account from your notebook or desktop machine, it is likely that you work with an email client. To save you the challenges of needing to manually integrate each and every new e–mail account in your mail client, we’ve integrated intelligent ’auto–configure’ files. Simply download the file and open it using your mail application – this will immediately configure your a mailbox in your favorite desktop client.
We have got auto–configure files for: Mozilla Thunderbird, Mac Mail, Outlook and Outlook Express.
Look at your e–mail address from anywhere
Using webmail, it is possible to browse through your mail trough any desktop computer or notebook, around the globe. Everything is done through a web browser, and there’s no need to have a mail client set up on your system. Use the link that we give you to log into your email address from any web–connected gadget.
You can also log in your e–mail account with a click from the Webmail section of your Site Control Panel. All you need to do is find an e–mail address and then click on the webmail client image to get into it. It is not necessary to enter any e–mail logon data.