The larger your web site gets, the more complicated e–mail managing turns into. And this is when you will be able to make the most of the all–encompassing Email Manager. It comes with all the features you’ll need so as to get in control of your mailboxes, furthermore it is provided with a straightforward user interface. With simply a couple of mouse–clicks you will be able to configure e–mail forwarding, make an e–mail auto–reply, set up anti–spam protection, and many more. Simply scroll down to see what Weblines’s Email Manager can offer you!
Built to hold spam far from you
No one wants unsolicited mail inside the e–mail account. Which is why, we’ve created a customizable anti–spam solution in accordance with well designed formulas that separate arriving e–mails and maintain the trash away.
You can choose among different levels of defense, subject to what type of unsolicited mail messages you get. In addition, you’re able to identify a distinct degree of spam protection for different mailboxes. Ultimately, you can select what will happen to emails marked as spam – to be removed or sent to a certain email address.
Route e–mails with simply a click
Email forwarding is one of the more employed tools inside the Email Manager so we have tried our best to make it as simple as possible. Everything you need to complete is actually pick the email that you want to make use of and designate the mailbox where you wish the incoming messages to get sent to.
Furthermore, you can choose should the forwarded mailbox should also store the emails, or if they must be deleted right after being forwarded.
Organize your mailboxes effortlessly
If you receive lots of e–mail messages day after day, it’s vital that you have them organized. That is why we provide server–side electronic mail filters which come into action before you look at your mailbox for new email messages. Therefore, should you make your custom–made spam filters, you’ll never see spam within your mailbox!
Setting up up–to–date email filters is very effortless. You will need to designate exactly what the filter has to look for, the place that the filter actively seeks it (subject, body, etc.) as well as what happens to the filtered emails.