While using e–mails is a trouble–free activity, handling the email accounts for your site can be quite a challenging operation. If you do not have a user–friendly user interface, like Hosting Gators’s Mail Manager that will help complete the task. It arrives with many different inbuilt practical software tools that will assist you complete sophisticated jobs in just a few clicks of the mouse. Take a look at precisely what our Mail Manager is capable of doing to suit your needs!
Fight spam in a click of the mouse
From the Mail Manager within your Control Panel, it is simple to take over unsolicited mail messages. The bundled anti–spam tool will filter arriving e–mail messages and you can alter its level of control with just a mouse–click. It’s also possible to identify an alternative level of spam security for every single mailbox.
There are two basic ways that our system treats messages flagged as spam. You can pick whether a spam email has to be erased, or sent to a particular mailbox.
Divert messages from one email address to another
We’ve managed to get it so simple for one to forward email messages from one mailbox to a different one inside your Linux shared packages account. Everything you should do is choose the email which you want to forward and then fill out the desired mailbox where you wish all the messages to be delivered to.
You may also switch on a copy of each and every forwarded message to be left inside the email account that you have forwarded.
Generate specialized spam filters effortlessly
Email filters are a tool you’ll be able to take advantage of. They operate in a rather simple way based on key terms. Everything you need to execute is just state the keywords and phrases that you like the filter to make use of and which part of the e–mail account all these key terms have to be located in for example subject line, message body, footer, etcetera.
Another way you can use email filters is to route all spam messages into a special folder. Then you could additionally indicate if you wish the filtered e–mails to be saved in the directory (which means you can check if some message is delivered there in error), or to be removed.
DomainKeys combined with SPF protection for one’s e–mail address
We have taken actions to further protect all your email accounts from junk e–mail activities. When using the SPF (Sender Policy Framework) protection solution it’s possible to identify the servers that are approved to transmit mail on the part of your site. This way, e–mail messages giving the impression they’re out of your domain name that didn’t originated from your authorized list of hosts will be right away cast to the spam folder.
We have furthermore enabled DomainKeys for all the email accounts inside your hosting account. DomainKeys is an e–mail authentication system that determines the reliability of any email message by validating the mail hosting server of the email sender and then the message integrity.
Email Auto–Configure Option
Configure a mailbox on your computer in a click
If you log into e–mail from your notebook computer or personal computer, you almost certainly make use of an e–mail client. To save you the difficulty of needing to manually include every new email account in your mail client, we have integrated smart ’auto–configure’ files. Just get hold of the file and open it up with the mail app – this will automatically configure your a mailbox within your chosen desktop client.
We have auto–configure files for: Mozilla Thunderbird, Mac Mail, Outlook and also Outlook Express.
Check your email address from any place
Working with webmail, you can browse through your mail from any desktop or laptop, all over the world. Everything is done through a web browser, so there’s no need to have a mail client configured within your device. Use the URL we give you to log in your mailbox from any Internet–connected system.
Also you can log into your email account with a click from the Webmail section of the Control Panel. All you have to do is pick an e–mail account and then click on the webmail client image to access it. You do not have to share any kind of e–mail sign in info.