When using the Email Account Manager, in–built in the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel it is possible to quickly command all of your current email accounts, no matter how many web sites you have. It’s easy to sort e–mail accounts, enable anti–spam, set up email forwarding with only a click of the mouse and make filters for use on your mailboxes. Because of the auto–configure scripts, you are able to instantly configure your mail client to function with just about any e–mail account you have. And that is a little part of what Mr.Dark Hosting’s Email Account Manager may help you with.
Deal with spam in a mouse–click
From the Email Account Manager within your Hosting Control Panel, it is possible to take over spam messages. The incorporated anti–spam tool will filter incoming emails and you can now modify its level of command with a click of the mouse. Additionally, you can define a distinct level of spam protection for every single email account.
There are two simple ways that our system manages messages recognized as spam. You can choose whether a spam email will be erased, or sent to a specific mailbox.
1–click re–direction of e–mails
With the help of the Email forwarding tool, you can actually direct the messages sent to a mailbox to a different mailbox of your choosing (also hosted within the same web hosting account or some place else on the web).
To forward an e–mail, just choose it through the drop–down menu after which designate the e–mail account that you would like all delivered messages to be sent to. And then, you are provided with the opportunity to select whether you will need a copy of each message to be held in the mailbox you forward or not.
Bring order to your mailbox
With the Email Account Manager of your Hosting Control Panel, it is really effortless to set up completely new email filters. What you need to do is indicate the key words that’ll be applied to filter messages and where the filter should look for them (subject, body, etc.) and then opt for the action that’ll be applied to the filtered emails.