Posted by John McDonald on 22 March 2009 05:40 PM
Mail Manager allows you to manage the mail services of your domain and websites. In addition to adding, deleting, and editing email accounts, you may also:
To access the Mail Manager:
Select the Mail Manager application from your Control Panel.
Managing email addresses
To manage the functions of an email address other than the default:
Click the change the password for the email address link toNote: The password should contain atleast six characters and should not exceed more than eight characters. The password should not contain any special characters. . The Change the password page is displayed. Type in the new password, re-enter it, and click the button. A confirmation message is displayed.
Click thelink to delete an email address. You will be asked to confirm whether you want to delete the address. Once you have clicked the , you will receive a confirmation message stating that the email address is deleted.
You may also forward emails to users in your domain automatically. Select the Forward email addressed to (Email address) to other address(es) within (domain) check box and then select the email addresses from the Users in your domain box.
To forward emails to users outside your domain, select the Forward email addressed to (Email address) to address(es) outside your (domain) check box and then type the email address in the below text box.
You can set an Autoresponse for the address by selecting the Autoresponse for mail to (Email address) check-box and type the response in the text-box below. This response will be sent out every time an email is received by the address you are modifying.
To manage the default email address:
All mail not forwarded to a specific email account will be delivered to the default account. To manage this address, click.
This page will allow you to manage the following settings for your default email setting:
To add a new address:
Once enabled, Mailing Lists are created and managed through Mail Manager. For more information, see Mailing List
Three mail security options may be available in your Control Panel: Quaranteen, SpamGuard, and SpamVault. Quaranteen is an anti-virus program that scans each piece of email for viruses before passing the email onto your inbox. It can also be configured to block attachments with certain extensions. SpamGuard and SpamVault are anti-spam programs designed to filter out spam before it reaches your inbox.
All three services must be installed through their own Control Panel icons. Quaranteen and SpamGuard are managed from the Mail Manager, and SpamVault is managed from its Control Panel icon.
To enable Quaranteen:
To enable SpamGuard:
All users can be assigned a mailbox quota when their mailboxes are created. You can view the individual quota usage and limits on in the left-hand panel of the Mail Manager homepage. In front of each user's name, there are three columns displayed: Mailbox Quota [MB], a progress bar, and Actual Mailbox [MB].
The first column shows the mailbox quota allocated to each user. The figures displayed also act as links to each user's Edit Account page. The second column displays a progress bar, which graphically represents the percentage of quota used. The third column shows the disk space actually used, in Megabytes (MB).
If quota is not set for a particular user then the Mailbox Quota column will display zero. No progress bar will displayed, and the third column will display the Actual used quota by the user. A quota of zero means that the upper limit for the user is the unused space on the domain.The Default account will be displayed at the bottom of the email account list irrespective of the sorting order selected.
Total Quota Set
is the total space allowed for all mail boxes, shown in Megabytes (MBs). It is the cumulative value of Mailbox Quota for all the users.
Total Email Quota Used
is the total quota used for all users for whom quota has been set.
Over Quota Auto-Responder
You may set the over-quota auto-responder text. When email is sent to a mailbox that is over-quota, the message you set will be automatically sent to the message's sender.
To set the over-quota auto-responder