Thanks to the Email Accounts Manager, included in the Hepsia Web Control Panel you will be able to efficiently and quickly command all of your mailboxes, no matter how many sites you have. It’s easy to sort email accounts, enable anti–spam, assign email forwarding with simply a click of your computer mouse and make filters for use on your mailboxes. Due to IMPEXPAGE DOMAIN HOSTING’s auto–configure scripts, it will be easy to instantly set up your mail client to work with every e–mail account you have. And that is only a little part of what IMPEXPAGE DOMAIN HOSTING’s Email Accounts Manager may help you with.
Deal with spam in a mouse–click
In the Email Accounts Manager within the Web Control Panel, you can easily take control of spam messages. The enclosed anti–spam tool filters arriving emails and you’re able to tailor its level of control with a click of the mouse. It’s also possible to stipulate a different level of spam protection for every e–mail account.
There are 2 simple ways that our system addresses messages flagged as spam. You can pick if a spam email will be removed, or sent to a pre–selected mailbox.
Direct messages from a single email address to a different one
We have managed to make it pretty simple for one to forward emails from a mailbox to another inside your cloud hosting packages account. Everything you need to do is specify the email that you like to forward and then submit the desired mailbox where you would like all of the messages to get delivered to.
You may as well trigger a copy of each forwarded message to be left within the mailbox that you currently have forwarded.
Arrange your e–mail accounts effortlessly
When you get a considerable amount of e–mail messages everyday, it’s vital that you have them sorted. Because of this we provide server–side e–mail filters that come into action before you look at your mailbox for new e–mails. Hence, if you make your unique spam filters, you will not discover spam within your mailbox!
Setting up brand new e–mail filters is very effortless. You will need to designate exactly what the filter needs to search for, the location where the filter seeks it (subject, body, etc.) as well as what happens to the filtered e–mail messages.