The bigger your web site gets, the more complicated e–mail account management is. And this is when you can make full use of our fully featured Email Accounts Manager. It includes all the features you will need so as to be in control of your e–mail accounts, plus it’s equipped with an uncomplicated interface. With just a few clicks you will be able to set up e–mail forwarding, make an email autoresponder, set anti–spam defense, etc. Simply scroll down to discover what SWR Domains’s Email Accounts Manager can offer you!
Deal with spam with a mouse–click
In the Email Accounts Manager of your Control Panel, it’s easy to control junk mail messages. The included anti–spam tool filters arriving e–mails and you’re able to customize its level of control with a click of the mouse. You may as well indicate a different amount of spam security for every e–mail account.
There are 2 basic ways in which our system manages messages recognized as spam. You can choose whether a spam email should be removed, or sent to a certain mailbox.
Redirect messages from one e–mail account to a different one
We’ve managed to make it quite simple for you to forward e–mail messages from one mailbox to an alternative one in your hosting account. Everything you need to do is choose the e–mail account that you want to forward and after that submit the desired mailbox in which you would like each of the messages to get sent to.
Also you can enable a duplicate of each and every forwarded message to be left in the e–mail account you currently have forwarded.
Manage your mailboxes conveniently
In case you get a considerable amount of e–mails on a regular basis, it’s important to have them organized. Because of this you will find server–side electronic mail filters that come into action even before you check your mailbox for new mail messages. So, if you make your unique spam filters, you won’t find spam within your mailbox!
Creating new email filters is really quick. You will have to define exactly what the filter has to seek out, the location where the filter looks for it (subject, body, etc.) and what happens to the filtered e–mails.