Even though managing e–mail messages generally is a straightforward task, handling the email accounts for your site can be quite a laborious work. If you do not have an intuitive user interface, such as our E Mail Account Manager so that you can do the job. It has an abundance of incorporated important software tools that can help you carry out complicated duties in just a few clicks of your computer mouse. Have a look at exactly what our own E Mail Account Manager is capable of doing to suit your needs!
Fight spam with a click
From the E Mail Account Manager within the Web Hosting Control Panel, you’re able to take control of unsolicited mail messages. The bundled anti–spam tool will filter inbound emails and you can now tailor its amount of command with simply a mouse–click. Also you can define a unique degree of spam defense for every e–mail account.
There are 2 simple ways that our system handles messages recognized as spam. You can choose if a spam email has to be erased, or sent to a selected mailbox.
Direct messages from one mailbox to another one
We have managed to get it easy for one to forward emails from a mailbox to a new one inside your shared web hosting service account. All you need to do is choose the email account which you want to forward and afterwards submit the destination mailbox in which you wish all the messages to get delivered to.
Also you can trigger a duplicate of each and every forwarded message to be saved in the email account you already have forwarded.
Organize your e–mail accounts without trouble
If you receive lots of emails day–to–day, it’s essential to have them structured. For this reason UILhosting.com offers server–side electronic mail filters that come into action even before you check your mailbox for newly–arrived e–mail messages. Hence, in case you configure your custom–made spam filters, you won’t discover spam inside your mailbox!
Setting up up–to–date e–mail filters is very simple. You’ll need to define what the filter needs to seek out, the location where the filter seeks it (subject, body, etc.) as well as what transpires with the filtered e–mail messages.