The bigger your website gets, the more complex e–mail managing turns into. And this is when you are able reap the benefits of the all–encompassing Mailbox Manager. It includes each of the features you’ll need for you to be in command of your mailboxes, and it is equipped with a simple interface. With a few mouse–clicks you will be able to configure email forwarding, create an e–mail autoresponder, set anti–spam defense, and many more. Simply scroll down to observe exactly what ASG Web Hosting’s Mailbox Manager can offer you!
Spam is going to be kept out of your respective mailboxes
We have created a custom–made anti–spam solution making use of expertly configured rules to filter out the incoming messages. Based on what sort of spam messages you have, you can regulate the levels of protection. Having said that, be careful when using the high level of protection, because it might possibly filter valuable messages. Also you can state a different level of spam defense for every single mailbox you have.
All junk messages could be either wiped or sent to a specific mailbox. You are able to select which setup you like with the anti–spam protection tool’s software.
Direct e–mails with simply a mouse–click
Email forwarding is among the more applied tools in the Mailbox Manager and we have done our best for it to be as elementary as possible. Everything you need to do is choose the e–mail account that you would like to use and define the mail in which you need the arriving messages to be forwarded to.
Also, you can choose if the forwarded mailbox also need to keep emails, or if they need to be deleted after they are forwarded.
Arrange your mailboxes without any difficulty
When you get a lot of emails daily, it’s crucial to keep them sorted. That’s why you will find server–side electronic mail filters which come into action even before you check your mailbox for newly–arrived mail messages. Consequently, should you create your custom spam filters, you will not ever discover spam in your mailbox!
Creating new e–mail filters is very simple. You should define precisely what the filter has to look for, where the filter searches for it (subject, body, etc.) as well as what transpires with the filtered e–mail messages.