Antivirus Protection Shared Hosting
The Email Manager instrument that is a part of our custom-made Hepsia Control Panel and that is included with all our Linux shared website hosting will provide you with complete control over each aspect of your e-mail communication. With just a few clicks you can do whatever you want to, from basic tasks like creating/deleting a mailbox, forwarding e-mails or creating anti-spam protection, to more complicated ones such as using e-mail lists or activating SPF protection for a specific domain name that you host in the account. All the options are handily located in a single place and they are available via right-click context menus and quick access links using a truly user-friendly interface. Even if you've never had a hosting account of yours before, you will be able to handle your e-mail messages speedily and easily. Detailed help articles plus video tutorials which are available in the Email Manager will demonstrate to you the most effective approach to do every task.
Antivirus Protection in Semi-dedicated Hosting
When you have a semi-dedicated server from our company, you'll be able to generate a limiteless number of mailboxes with each domain that you host in the account and take care of them without any difficulty through your feature-rich Email Manager, which is part of the Hepsia hosting Control Panel. With just two mouse-clicks you're able to set a given mailbox to become a catch-all one, enable anti-spam protection and / or forward all of the incoming emails from one email address to an alternative one. For more experienced users, there're also SPF Protection and Mailing Lists tabs. When you use the Email Manager, you can also access the webmail for any mailbox, by just clicking on it or you can download auto-setup files for Apple Mail, Outlook or various other widely used e-mail applications for personal computers. If you do not have a lot of experience, extensive help articles will give you more information about every attribute of the Email Manager even though the tool is rather intuitive to use.