Using the Mailbox Manager, included inside the Hepsia Site Control Panel you’ll be able to quickly and efficiently handle all of your current mailboxes, regardless of the number of websites you have got. You can quickly filter mailboxes, trigger anti–spam, create email forwarding with merely a click and set up filters for your email accounts. Because of Linton Hosting’s auto–configure scripts, it will be easier to automatically set up your mail client to function with every email address you have. And the latter is merely a small part of what the Mailbox Manager could help you with.
Spam will be kept out of your respective email accounts
We’ve created a custom anti–spam solution that makes use of adequately devised algorithms to narrow the newly arriving messages. Determined by what is the type of the spam messages you have, you can regulate the degree of defense. However, be mindful when using the top level of defense, because it might filter out essential messages. You may also define an alternative level of spam protection for every single mailbox you’ve got.
All spam messages could be either wiped or sent to a specific mailbox. You are able to select which action you want through the anti–spam protection tool’s software.
1–click re–direction of e–mails
By using the Email forwarding tool, you’ll be able to reroute the e–mails delivered to a mailbox to a new mailbox of your liking (possibly hosted in the same cloud hosting account or someplace else on the world wide web).
To forward an email, simply choose it from the drop–down selection and then designate the e–mail account that you would like all forwarded messages to get delivered to. Then, you are given the option to select whether or not you want a copy of each message to be held in the mailbox you forward or not.
Put your email address in order
With the Mailbox Manager of your Site Control Panel, it is definitely effortless to create completely new email filters. All that you should execute is indicate the key words that will be used to filter messages and exactly where the filter needs to look for them (subject, body, etc.) and then opt for the action that will be applied to the filtered e–mail messages.