The bigger your web site gets, the more complex mailbox management turns into. Which is when you can actually make the most of K2 Total Solutions’s feature–rich Mail Account Manager. It arrives with all of the features you need that allow you to get in charge of your mail accounts, furthermore it’s provided with a user–friendly interface. With just a few clicks of your computer mouse you’ll be able to set up email forwarding, generate an e–mail autoresponder, set anti–spam protection, and much more. Simply scroll down to view exactly what the Mail Account Manager can provide you!
Get rid of spam in a mouse–click
Through the Mail Account Manager within your Site Control Panel, it is simple to take over unsolicited mail messages. The built–in anti–spam tool will filter incoming e–mail messages and you’re able to alter its degree of control with just a click of the mouse. You can also define a different volume of spam protection for every e–mail account.
There are two simple ways that our system treats messages referred as spam. You can select whether a spam email must be deleted, or sent to a particular mailbox.
Direct e–mails with just a click
Email forwarding is probably the most employed tools in the Mail Account Manager so we have tried our best to really make it as simple as possible. All you have to complete is actually opt for the e–mail account which you want to use and state the mailbox where you need the incoming messages to get forwarded to.
On top of that, you can select whenever the forwarded mailbox should also store the e–mails, or if they should be deleted immediately after they are forwarded.
Design custom spam filters with no trouble
Email filters are really a tool you’ll be able to make use of. They work in a rather simple manner based on key words. All you need to do is select the key words that you would like the filter to employ and exactly which part of the email account all these keywords should be found in for example subject line, message body, footer, etcetera.
One way you can use electronic mail filters will be to reroute all junk mail messages to some pre–specified folder. Then you could likewise state if you wish the filtered emails to be kept in the folder (which enables you to see if some message is delivered there in error), it has to be removed.
DomainKeys and SPF (Sender Policy Framework) security for your mailbox
Security is among our major priorities. And this includes your e–mail messages. All email accounts are secured by default by DomainKeys, a solution at the same time employed by Google, AOL and Yahoo. It offers a very simple method to connect the sender’s web address with the email message.
SPF protection is a service which has an effect on all mailboxes for a specified web site. It acts to counteract ’email forging’ – in other words transmitting e–mail messages from a mailbox not made on your server.
Email Auto–Configure Option
1–click installation of e–mail accounts on your laptop
We’ve added an auto–configure approach to the Mail Account Manager so you can configure mail accounts within your desktop client with a mouse–click. To obtain the auto–configuration file for the chosen mailbox, just click on the image belonging to the mail client that you would like to use. The email address will be made automatically on your chosen desktop client, available for you to use!
You can get settings files for Mozilla Thunderbird, Outlook, Outlook Express and also Mac Mail, found in the primary section of the Mail Account Manager.
Take a look at your email address from any place
Using webmail, you can easily browse through your e–mail messages from any desktop or laptop, from any location. It’s all done through a web browser, so there’s no need to have any kind of mail client set up within your system. Use the link that we offer you to log in your mailbox through various web–connected device.
Also you can log into your e–mail account with simply a mouse–click from the Webmail area of your Site Control Panel. Just choose an e–mail account and afterwards click on the webmail client icon to get into it. You don’t have to share any kind of e–mail sign in info.