Although working with e–mail messages is a simple and easy process, managing the mailboxes for a website might be a laborious job. Unless you have an easy to use interface, such as the Mail Accounts Manager to help you to do the job. It arrives with many different built–in beneficial tools that can help you execute elaborate things within a few mouse–clicks. Check out exactly what our Mail Accounts Manager will do to suit your needs!
Spam is going to be driven out of your mail accounts
We’ve designed a customizable anti–spam solution making use of adequately configured sets of rules to narrow the newly arriving messages. Based on what kind of spam messages you receive, you can control the levels of protection. However, be careful when using the top level of protection, because it might filter important messages. You might also select an alternative level of spam protection for every mailbox you’ve got.
All of the junk mail messages can be either wiped or sent to a pre–selected mailbox. It’s possible to select which activity you prefer from the anti–spam protection tool’s interface.
Direct messages from a single mailbox to a new one
We’ve managed to make it so simple for one to forward email messages from a mailbox to a new one in your Linux hosting account. Everything you need to do is specify the e–mail account that you would like to forward and after that fill in the desired mailbox in which you want all of the messages to be delivered to.
It’s also possible to switch on a duplicate of each forwarded message to be left inside the e–mail account which you already have forwarded.
Design specialized spam filters easily
Email filters certainly are a tool you’ll be able to work with. They work in a rather simple manner depending on key words. All you need to execute is just specify the key words that you want the filter to employ and exactly which area of the e–mail account all these key words need to be located in including subject line, message body, footer, etc.
Another way you may use email filters will be to reroute all junk email messages towards a specific directory. Then you can also specify if you need the filtered emails to be held in the folder (allowing you to see whether some message is sent there in error), or to be deleted.