Although using e–mail messages generally is an easy process, handling the mailboxes for any site can be quite a challenging operation. Except, if you use a simple to use user interface, like Eaa Hosting’s Email Accounts Manager allowing you to do the job. It has many integrated beneficial software tools that will help execute advanced tasks in just a few clicks of your computer mouse. Take a look at everything that our own Email Accounts Manager is able to do for YOU!
Spam will be driven out of your respective mailboxes
We’ve launched a customizable anti–spam tool making use of properly devised algorithms to filter the incoming messages. Depending on what type of spam messages you receive, it’s possible to control the degree of protection. Still, be mindful when using the top level of defense, because it might possibly filter out valuable messages. You can also select a unique degree of spam defense for each mailbox you’ve got.
All of the junk messages could be either deleted or sent to a particular mailbox. It’s possible to select which action you prefer through the anti–spam protection tool’s interface.
Redirect emails with simply a click of the mouse
Email forwarding is one of the most applied instruments inside the Email Accounts Manager and we have tried our very best to really make it as easy as possible. Everything you need to complete is select the email account that you’d like to make use of and state the mailbox in which you want the incoming messages to be forwarded to.
On top of that, you can select if the forwarded mailbox also need to maintain emails, or, if, perhaps they must be removed immediately after they are forwarded.
Arrange your e–mail accounts easily
In case you receive lots of e–mail messages regularly, it’s vital that you have them arranged. That is why Eaa Hosting offers server–side email filters that come into action before you look at the mailbox for newly–arrived e–mails. So, when you create your customized spam filters, you will not find spam inside your mailbox!
Configuring new email filters is very straightforward. You should define exactly what the filter has to seek out, the place that the filter actively seeks it (subject, body, etc.) as well as what happens to the filtered emails.