When using the Email Account Manager, bundled within the Hepsia Control Panel you’ll be able to quickly handle all of your e–mail accounts, irrespective of the number of websites you have. You can quickly sort e–mail accounts, switch on anti–spam, set up e–mail forwarding with a mouse–click and make filters for your e–mail accounts. Due to our auto–configure scripts, you will be able to quickly set up your mail client to function with every email account of yours. And that is merely a small part of what our Email Account Manager may help you with.
Fight spam in a click
From the Email Account Manager within your Control Panel, you can manage junk mail messages. The in–built anti–spam tool filters inbound emails and you can tailor its volume of control with merely a mouse–click. Also you can select a distinct volume of spam protection for every e–mail account.
There are 2 basic ways in which our system takes care of messages referred as spam. You can pick whether a spam email must be removed, or sent to a given mailbox.
1–click redirection of emails
With the help of the Email forwarding tool, you can actually reroute the e–mails delivered to a mailbox to an alternative mailbox of your choice (also hosted in the same account or somewhere else on the Internet).
To forward an email address, just select it through the drop–down list afterwards indicate the e–mail address that you would like all delivered messages to get sent to. Then, you are given the choice to choose whether or not you will need a copy of each and every message to be held in the mailbox which you forward or not.
Set up custom–made spam filters without any difficulty
Email filters are a tool you can apply. They operate in a quite simple way based on keywords. All you need to complete is designate the key words that you want the filter to make use of and which area of the email account these keyword phrases should be found in such as subject line, message body, footer, etcetera.
Another way you can employ email filters will be to reroute all of the junk e–mail messages towards a pre–specified folder. Then you can further designate if you need the filtered emails to be kept in the folder (allowing you to determine if some message is sent there by mistake), it has to be erased.
DomainKeys and then SPF (Sender Policy Framework) protection for one’s mailbox
Protection is among our top concerns. Including your e–mail messages. All of the mailboxes are guarded by default by DomainKeys, a solution also employed by AOL, Yahoo and Google. It offers a straightforward solution to associate the sender’s website with the email message.
SPF protection can be described as a solution which impacts all mailboxes under a specified domain. It serves to stop ’email forging’ – which means transmitting e–mail messages out of a mailbox not created on your hosting server.
Email Auto–Configure Option
Easy PC email configuration
From the auto–configure function of the Email Account Manager, you’re able to set up email accounts within your favorite desktop e–mail client with simply a a click of the mouse. Simply click on the image belonging to the mail client that you would like to use for a selected mailbox and get the auto–configuration file. This will instantly make your inbox within your desired desktop client.
We have included configuration files for probably the most widespread mail clients – Mozilla Thunderbird, Outlook, Outlook Express and Mac Mail.
Enter your e–mail account through a web browser
With the webmail software instrument integrated in the Control Panel, you can access your email accounts from any Internet–connected device on the planet! Using the webmail address that we offer you, it is possible to log in your email accounts created in our servers through every web browser you have at your fingertips.
There is also a different way to access your email accounts online. Just sign in to the Control Panel and within the webmail section, choose the mailbox you need to get into and then click the RoundCube icon. This can quickly log you in your mailbox without the need to post any sort of logon credentials.