The bigger your website becomes, the more complex e–mail account administration is. Which is when you can take advantage of the all–inclusive Email Account Manager. It includes each of the features you’ll need that allow you to get in command of your email accounts, furthermore it’s equipped with a convenient interface. With only a couple of clicks of your computer mouse it is possible to configure e–mail forwarding, generate an email autoresponder, configure anti–spam protection, and many more. Just scroll down to see everything that designstore01’s Email Account Manager will offer you!
Get rid of spam with a click
Through the Email Account Manager of your Web Site Control Panel, it is simple to take over unsolicited mail messages. The integrated anti–spam tool filters inbound emails and you can personalize its level of control with only a mouse–click. You may as well select a unique volume of spam security for every single email account.
There are 2 basic ways that our system treats messages designated as spam. You can pick if a spam email has to be erased, or forwarded to a particular mailbox.
Divert emails with merely a mouse–click
Email forwarding is among the most employed instruments within the Email Account Manager so we have tried our best to really make it as elementary as possible. All you need to achieve is actually choose the email that you would like to use and specify the mail where you want the arriving messages to be forwarded to.
Additionally, you can choose if the forwarded mailbox must also maintain the emails, or, if, perhaps they have to be wiped once they are forwarded.
Organize your mailboxes without any difficulty
If you get a lot of e–mail messages daily, it’s recommended to keep them arranged. That is why we provide you with server–side email filters which come into action even before you check your mailbox for new email messages. Hence, when you set up your custom spam filters, you will not ever see spam in your mailbox!
Configuring brand new e–mail filters is really simple. You’ll need to specify exactly what the filter has to search for, where the filter seeks it (subject, body, etc.) and what happens to the filtered e–mail messages.