How many times have you opened your inbox to about 30 spams? It’s aggravating, if not time-consuming to shift through what matters and what doesn’t. Spam e-mails often contain malware and spyware, all the good stuff that the dishonest among us make money on. So we turn on our Spam filter to make sure that spam emails never reach our inbox, and we delete them automatically when they come in.
This is a temporary solution to a permanent problem and may lead to problems later, especially if your filter is dumping important messages into your spam folder. Most of us have had this problem. The boss sends off something important and we never receive it. Well, we do receive most important communications. We just don’t see the need to look for it before erasing it from the cyber void.
This is where Sanebox comes in…
SaneBox has just announced that it has launched a new product, much like itself, for teams. After all, what would a small business be without the added touch of automation? This product, like its parent, is compatible with almost any e-mail provider or service, which is important, especially for small business owners who might just be starting out and haven’t been able to integrate their e-mail providers. SaneBox can do it for them.
So how does SaneBox determine what goes into spam and what goes into your inbox without running into the same problem that most spam filters do? You tell it what you need, and what you don’t. SaneBox allows teams to customize their preferences. A folder, separate from ‘inbox’ and ‘spam’ is used as a loading dock, shifting one from the next.
On the off-chance that SaneBox gets confused about what you don’t need and drops a spam message into your inbox, you can clarify by asking it to reject emails from certain addresses. By clarifying it, you do your team a favor. No mail from that address will be sent to your team members.