The bigger your site becomes, the more intricate e–mail account administration gets. And this is when you are able take benefit from our all–embracing Email Manager. It has each of the features you may need so as to be in command of your email accounts, furthermore it is provided with a convenient–to–use interface. With merely a few clicks you can set up e–mail forwarding, set up an email auto–reply, set anti–spam defense, etcetera. Simply scroll down to view what the Email Manager can offer you!
Built to keep spam faraway from you
Nobody wants unsolicited mail within his e–mail account. This is the reason, we’ve designed a custom anti–spam solution based on properly configured techniques that filter out incoming electronic mail and hold the spam away.
You can select among different levels of protection, subject to what sort of junk messages you receive. Additionally, it is possible to identify a distinct amount of spam protection for different email accounts. Last, but not least, you may choose what will happen to mails marked as spam – to be deleted or forwarded to a certain email address.
Redirect messages from a single mailbox to another
We have made it so simple if you want to forward e–mail messages from a mailbox to an alternative one within your hosting service account. All you should do is choose the email which you want to forward and afterwards submit the destination mailbox in which you wish all the messages to be sent to.
It’s also possible to allow a copy of every forwarded message to be saved in the email account you have forwarded.
Organize your e–mail accounts with no trouble
When you receive a good amount of emails every day, it is important to have them sorted. For this reason FriendHost.IN offers server–side email filters that come into action even before you look at your mailbox for new mail messages. Hence, should you make your customized spam filters, you won’t ever find spam within your mailbox!
Configuring new e–mail filters is really hassle–free. You should define exactly what the filter has to seek out, the spot that the filter searches for it (subject, body, etc.) as well as what happens to the filtered emails.