Thanks to the Mail Accounts Manager, included within the Hepsia Site Control Panel it is possible to quickly command all of your current email accounts, regardless of the number of websites you have got. It’s easy to sort email accounts, start anti–spam, create email forwarding with only a click of your computer mouse and set up filters for use on your mailboxes. Thanks to our auto–configure scripts, it is also possible to quickly configure your mail client to work with every e–mail account you have. And that’s just a little part of what the Mail Accounts Manager could help you with.
Created to hold spam faraway from you
Nobody wants spam inside the mailbox. By reason of this, we have designed a custom–made anti–spam solution driven by well devised algorithms that sort incoming emails and maintain the junk mail away.
You can choose between various degrees of security, subject to which kind of spam messages you get. Furthermore, you are able to specify a distinct degree of spam protection for several mailboxes. Lastly, you can choose what occurs to e–mails flagged as spam – to be deleted or sent to a certain mailbox.
Route messages from a single email address to a different one
We’ve managed to make it very simple if you want to forward email messages from one mailbox to a different one in your Linux cloud hosting packages account. All you need to do is specify the e–mail account you want to forward and afterwards fill out the desired mailbox in which you want each of the messages to get delivered to.
You may also allow a duplicate of each and every forwarded message to be saved in the mailbox you have got forwarded.
Arrange your mail accounts effortlessly
When you receive lots of emails each day, it is important to keep them sorted. Because of this our company offers server–side email filters that come into action well before you check your mailbox for new e–mails. Hence, in the event you configure your custom–made spam filters, you will not discover spam inside your mailbox!
Setting up up–to–date e–mail filters is very simple. You will have to specify what the filter has to look for, the location where the filter looks for it (subject, body, etc.) as well as what transpires with the filtered e–mails.
DomainKeys as well as SPF (Sender Policy Framework) security for your email address
Protection is one of our high goals. And this includes your email messages. All of the email accounts are safeguarded by default by DomainKeys, a service also used by AOL, Google and Yahoo. It shows a very simple solution to connect the sender’s web address using the email message.
SPF (anti–spoofing) protection is a solution which has an affect on all email accounts under a given domain name. It will serve to prevent ’email forging’ – that means sending emails from a email address not created on your hosting server.
Email Auto–Configure Solution
Set up an e–mail address on your computer in a click
When you check your email on your notebook computer or desktop, you most likely use an email client. To save you the trouble of having to manually add each and every next e–mail in your mail client, we’ve designed clever ’auto–configure’ files. Just get hold of the file and open it up using your mail application – this will quickly create your a mailbox inside your chosen desktop client.
We now have auto–configure files for: Mozilla Thunderbird, Mac Mail, Outlook and Outlook Express.
Enter your mailbox using a web browser
With the webmail instrument added to the Site Control Panel, you have access to your e–mail accounts from any Internet–connected device on the planet! With the webmail address that we provide you, it is possible to log in your mail accounts created with Ikaros Web Hosting’s servers by making use of any Internet browser you have at your disposal.
There is also an additional way to access your e–mail accounts online. Simply log in your Site Control Panel and while in the webmail section, opt for the mailbox you intend to access and click on the RoundCube icon. This will promptly log you into your email with no need to submit any kind of logon info.