When using the E Mail Account Manager, bundled in the Hepsia Web Hosting Control Panel you will be able to quickly and efficiently take care of all of your current email accounts, regardless of how many web sites you have. It’s easy to filter email accounts, start anti–spam, assign email forwarding with merely a mouse–click and set up filters for one’s email accounts. Because of Riseshost’s auto–configure scripts, you’ll be able to immediately configure your mail client to function with just about any e–mail address you have. And the latter is merely a small part of what our E Mail Account Manager could help you with.
Spam will be kept out of one’s e–mail accounts
We have developed a custom anti–spam tool that makes use of expertly designed formulas to filter out the newly arriving messages. Depending on what is the type of the spam messages you receive, you can control the amount of defense. Still, be mindful with the high level of protection, as it might possibly filter out essential messages. You can also specify an alternative level of spam defense for every mailbox you’ve got.
All of the trash messages can be either wiped or sent to a particular mailbox. You’re able to select which configuration you like within the anti–spam protection tool’s interface.
Reroute messages from a single e–mail account to another one
We have managed to make it very simple for one to forward email messages from a mailbox to another inside your Linux shared web hosting services account. Everything you should do is select the email account that you want to forward and after that add the desired mailbox where you would like all of the messages to get sent to.
Additionally, you can switch on a copy of each forwarded message to be left within the mailbox which you have forwarded.
Put your email address in order
While using the E Mail Account Manager within your Web Hosting Control Panel, it really is very easy to create various e–mail filters. All you have to perform is state the key words that’ll be used to filter messages and precisely where the filter should look for them (subject, body, etc.) and then opt for the steps that’ll be applied to the filtered e–mail messages.