Using the Email Account Manager, in–built inside the Hepsia Web Hosting Control Panel you will be able to efficiently maintain all your e–mail accounts, irrespective of the number of web sites you’ll have. It’s easy to sort email accounts, trigger anti–spam, set up email forwarding with only a click and create filters for one’s e–mail accounts. Because of Digital Ads’s auto–configure scripts, it’s possible to immediately set up your mail client to operate with any e–mail account of yours. And that’s a modest part of what the Email Account Manager can help you with.
Deal with spam in a mouse–click
Through the Email Account Manager of the Web Hosting Control Panel, you’re able to take over trash messages. The in–built anti–spam tool filters incoming e–mail messages and you can alter its level of command with a mouse–click. It’s also possible to define a unique amount of spam protection for every mailbox.
There are two basic ways in which our system manages messages recognized as spam. You can choose whether a spam email will be deleted, or sent to a pre–selected mailbox.
Direct emails with a click of the mouse
Email forwarding is one of the most applied instruments in the Email Account Manager so we have done our best to make it as easy as possible. All you should complete is decide on the e–mail account that you’d like to use and designate the mailbox in which you need the arriving messages to be sent to.
On top of that, you can pick if the forwarded mailbox also needs to maintain e–mails, or if they should be erased immediately after they are forwarded.
Configure custom spam filters without hassles
Email filters are really a tool it is easy to employ. They work in a very simple way based on keyword phrases. All you have to execute is indicate the keywords that you like the filter to apply and which section of the email account all these key terms have to be found in including subject line, message body, footer, etc.
One way you can use e–mail filters is to route all junk e–mail messages into a special directory. Then you could in addition select if you would like the filtered emails to be kept in the directory (so that you can check if some message is delivered there in error), or to be removed.
DomainKeys as well as SPF security for your personal mailbox
Safety is one of our high priorities. And this includes your e–mail messages. All of the mailboxes are protected automatically by DomainKeys, a solution also used by Yahoo, AOL and Google. It offers a simple route to associate the sender’s site using the email message.
SPF (anti–spoofing) protection is a solution which affects all of the email accounts under a given website. It will serve to stop ’email forging’ – that means mailing e–mail messages out of a email address not made on your hosting server.
Email Auto–Configure Option
Prompt PC e–mail setup
Through the auto–configure option of the Email Account Manager, you can actually create mail accounts on your favorite desktop mail client with only a a mouse–click. Simply click on the icon belonging to the e–mail client that you like to make use of for a selected mailbox and get its auto–configuration file. This will quickly create your mailbox within your favored desktop client.
We have integrated settings files for probably the most common email clients – Mozilla Thunderbird, Outlook, Outlook Express and Mac Mail.
Enter your email account by using a web browser
Using the webmail software tool integrated in the Web Hosting Control Panel, you have access to your e–mail accounts through every Internet–connected gadget on the planet! With the webmail address that we provide you, you are able to log into your e–mail accounts created in Digital Ads’s servers through every Internet browser you’ll have accessible.
Addititionally, there is one other way to access your email accounts online. Just sign in to the Web Hosting Control Panel and within the webmail section, pick out the mailbox you need to get into and then click the RoundCube icon. This can at once log you in your email without having to share virtually any logon info.