While working with emails is a trouble–free task, managing the mailboxes for a web site can sometimes be a tiresome procedure. If you do not have a user–friendly interface, such as our Mail Accounts Manager to help you to get the job done. It includes an abundance of incorporated convenient tools that can help you complete challenging duties within a few mouse–clicks. Look at exactly what our Mail Accounts Manager can do to suit your needs!
Designed to maintain spam away from you
Nobody wants spam within his e–mail account. For this reason, we have created a custom anti–spam solution in accordance with adequately devised sets of rules that filter arriving e–mail messages and hold the spam away.
You can choose among various amounts of safety, based on what type of junk mail messages you get. Also, you can specify a special level of spam protection for several email accounts. Ultimately, you can pick what goes on to mails flagged as spam – to be removed or sent to a certain mailbox.
Divert messages from a single mailbox to a different one
We have managed to get it pretty simple for one to forward e–mail messages from one mailbox to a new one within your Linux shared web hosting account. All you need to do is pick the e–mail account you’d like to have to forward and after that fill in the desired mailbox in which you want all of the messages to be delivered to.
You can also enable a copy of each and every forwarded message to be saved inside the email account which you have forwarded.
Arrange your e–mail accounts without hassles
If you get a large number of emails on a regular basis, it is crucial that you keep them sorted. This is why we offer server–side e–mail filters that come into action even before you look at the mailbox for newly–arrived email messages. Therefore, in the event you set up your unique spam filters, you will not see spam inside your mailbox!
Configuring brand new email filters is very simple and easy. You will need to define what the filter has to look for, the place that the filter actively seeks it (subject, body, etc.) as well as what happens to the filtered e–mail messages.