Despite the fact that using e–mails is a hassle–free task, managing the email accounts for a site might be a challenging process. If you don’t have a simple to use user interface, such as SpacefishX’s Mailbox Manager so you can do the job. It comes with many different incorporated very helpful tools that will help you carry out advanced duties within a few mouse–clicks. Check out everything that SpacefishX’s Mailbox Manager can do to suit your needs!
Designed to maintain spam far from you
Nobody wants junk e–mail within his email account. For this reason, we have designed a customizable anti–spam solution depending on well devised sets of rules that separate arriving e–mails and hold the junk e–mail away.
You can select between several amounts of safety, depending on which kind of junk mail messages you get. Moreover, it’s possible to designate a distinct level of spam protection for other mailboxes. Lastly, you can select exactly what goes on to mails marked as spam – to be removed or forwarded to a given email address.
Redirect messages from one email address to a different one
We’ve managed to get it very easy for one to forward emails from one mailbox to a different one in your Linux cloud packages account. All you need to do is select the e–mail account you’d like to have to forward and afterwards fill out the desired mailbox where you want each of the messages to be sent to.
You can also allow a duplicate of every forwarded message to be saved in the email account which you have forwarded.
Make customizable spam filters without hassles
Email filters certainly are a tool you’ll be able to work with. They function in a simple manner according to keywords. Everything you should actually do is define the keyword phrases that you would like the filter to use and exactly which part of the e–mail account these keyword phrases need to be found in just like subject line, message body, footer, etc.
Another way you may use electronic mail filters will be to route all of the junk mail messages to a specific directory. Then you could in addition designate if you want the filtered e–mail messages to be stored in the directory (meaning you can check if some message is delivered there in error), it has to be deleted.
DomainKeys and then SPF protection for your personal email address
Protection is one of SpacefishX’s high priorities. Including your emails. All of the mailboxes are secured automatically by DomainKeys, a solution also applied by AOL, Yahoo and Google. It represents a simple approach to associate the sender’s domain with the email message.
SPF protection is a service which can affect virtually all e–mail accounts for a specific site. It serves to prevent ’email forging’ – that means transmitting email messages out of a mailbox not created within your web server.
Email Auto–Configure Option
1–click set up of e–mail accounts on your personal computer
We have included an auto–configure approach to the Mailbox Manager to guide you to create mailboxes in your desktop client with simply a click. To get hold of the auto–configuration file for a particular mailbox, just click on the symbol of the mail client that you like to use. The mailbox will be created automatically on your favored desktop client, all set for you to use!
You’ll find config files for Mozilla Thunderbird, Outlook, Outlook Express plus Mac Mail, based in the primary portion of the Mailbox Manager.
Check your e–mail account from any place
By making use of webmail, it is possible to check your e–mail messages from any desktop or laptop, anywhere in the world. It’s all done through a web browser, so there’s no need to have a mail client configured within your system. Just use the web site which we provide you with to log in your email address through various Internet–connected device.
What’s more, you can sign in to your mailbox with only a click of the mouse from the Webmail area of the Online Control Panel. All you need to do is find an e–mail account and afterwards click on the webmail client icon to get into it. There’s no need to share any e–mail sign in credentials.