Advanced E-mail Manager in Shared Web Hosting
The Email Manager tool that is part of our custom-built Hepsia Control Panel and that is included with all our Linux shared web hosting packages will give you total control over each aspect of your email communication. With just a few clicks you can do everything you would like, ranging from simple tasks such as creating/deleting a mailbox, forwarding emails or creating anti-spam protection, to more complicated ones like using mailing lists or activating SPF protection for a specific domain that you host in your account. All of the options are handily put together in just a single place and they are easily accessible via right-click context menus and instant access links using a truly easy-to-navigate interface. Even when you have never had a web hosting account of yours before, you'll be able to take care of your e-mails speedily and easily. Detailed help articles as well as training videos that are available in the Email Manager will guide you towards the most efficient way to do any type of task.
Advanced E-mail Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
When you have a semi-dedicated server through our company, you will be able to create a large number of mailboxes with any domain that you host in the account and manage them without difficulty through your feature-rich Email Manager, which is a part of the Hepsia hosting Control Panel. With only 2 clicks you're able to set a given mailbox to become a catch-all one, set up anti-spam protection and / or forward all of the incoming messages from one email address to another. For more experienced users, there are SPF Protection and Mailing Lists tabs as well. With the Email Manager, you may also access the webmail for any mailbox, by just clicking on it or you can download auto-setup files for Apple Mail, Outlook or a number of other widely used e-mail applications for PCs. If you don't have much experience, extensive help articles will give you additional info about every single attribute of the Email Manager although the tool is quite intuitive to use.