Advanced E-mail Manager in Shared Hosting
The e-mail service, that is an element of our shared hosting packages, is controlled via a feature-rich Email Manager instrument where you're able to access practically everything you'll need in regard to your email accounts. The tool is an important part of our custom Hepsia Control Panel and we have developed it with the purpose to supply as many functions as possible through an intuitive interface. You'll be able to see all of the mailboxes that you have made indexed in alphabetical order and with a peek you will be able to see whether they are forwarded, whether they're catch-up or whether they have active anti-spam protection. Setting up any of these options takes only several mouse-clicks. By right-clicking on a mailbox, you can gain access to context menus with more complex attributes like SPF protection. Our Email Manager also allows you to access the webmail or download auto-configuration files for popular mail apps such as Microsoft Outlook and Apple Mail.
Advanced E-mail Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you have a semi-dedicated server from our company, you'll be able to create a large number of mailboxes with any domain name that you host in your account and take care of them without any difficulty by using the feature-rich Email Manager, which is a part of the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel. With only two clicks you'll be able to set a given mailbox to be a catch-all one, enable anti-spam protection and forward all of the incoming e-mail messages from one e-mail address to an alternative one. For more experienced users, there are SPF Protection and Mailing Lists tabs as well. When you use the Email Manager, you can also log in to the webmail for any mailbox, by clicking on it or you can download auto-setup files for Apple Mail, Outlook or a number of other widely used email applications for PCs. In case you do not have a lot of experience, in-depth help articles will provide you with more details about each feature of the Email Manager even though the tool is rather intuitive to use.