Although managing e–mails is an easy process, managing the email accounts for any website can sometimes be a challenging operation. Except, if you have a convenient–to–use interface, such as IBBP.com’s Mail Manager to guide you to get the job done. It arrives with a whole lot of built–in valuable tools that will help you accomplish complex things in just a few clicks of the mouse. Take a look at what the Mail Manager will do for YOU!
Fight spam with a click of the mouse
In the Mail Manager within the Control Panel, it’s possible to manage junk e–mail messages. The included anti–spam tool will filter inbound e–mails and you can alter its amount of control with simply a mouse–click. Also you can select an alternative amount of spam security for every email account.
There are 2 basic ways in which our system addresses messages flagged as spam. You can select whether a spam email should be removed, or forwarded to a particular mailbox.
Reroute e–mails with just a click
Email forwarding is among the most employed instruments within the Mail Manager so we have done our very best to make it as easy as possible. All you have to achieve is simply choose the email account you want to use and state the mail in which you wish the inbound messages to get sent to.
In addition, you can choose should the forwarded mailbox should also keep emails, or if they should be removed after being forwarded.
Organize your mailboxes conveniently
If you receive a large number of e–mail messages day after day, it is crucial that you keep them structured. For this reason we provide you with server–side electronic mail filters which come into action even before you look at your mailbox for newly–arrived mail messages. Consequently, in the event you configure your custom spam filters, you will never find spam in your mailbox!
Creating brand new e–mail filters is really simple and easy. You’ll have to specify precisely what the filter has to seek out, the location where the filter seeks it (subject, body, etc.) as well as what transpires with the filtered e–mail messages.