Advanced E-mail Manager in Shared Hosting
The Email Manager tool that is part of our custom Hepsia Control Panel and that comes with our shared plans provides complete control of every aspect of your electronic mail communication. With only a few clicks you'll be able to do whatever you want to, ranging from simple tasks like creating/deleting a mailbox, forwarding email messages or setting up anti-spam protection, to more complicated ones for instance using e-mail lists or activating SPF protection for a particular domain name that you host in your account. All functions are handily located in a single place and they're easily accessible by way of right-click context menus and instant access links with the help of a truly easy-to-work-with interface. Even if you have never had a web hosting account of your own before, you'll be able to take care of your e-mail messages efficiently and without difficulty. In-depth how-to articles and instructional videos that are available in the Email Manager will point you the best approach to do every task.
Advanced E-mail Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you have a semi-dedicated server through our company, you are able to set up a large number of mailboxes with any domain that you host in your account and handle them easily by using the feature-rich Email Manager, which is part of the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel. With only 2 mouse-clicks you can set a given mailbox to become a catch-all one, enable anti-spam protection and even forward all incoming emails from one email address to a different one. For more experienced users, there are SPF Protection and Mailing Lists tabs as well. Using the Email Manager, you can access the webmail for any mailbox, by clicking on it or you could download auto-setup files for Apple Mail, Outlook and / or other widespread email applications for personal computers. If you do not have much experience, comprehensive help articles will provide you with additional info about each and every attribute of the Email Manager although the tool is rather intuitive to use.