With your website and email being hosted by BBC Website Design, you can count on
exceptional service and performance. Servers are consistently maintained
to keep your website and email live and responsive. Website statistics
and webmail are included in all web hosting plans, which enables you to monitor
your web traffic, and your messages, from anywhere.
Our servers are closely maintained and provide abundant space and speed, no matter what the task.
From online brochures, to full featured web application databases, our systems are equipped to meet
and exceed your needs.
Our IT staff maintains an extensive knowledge of server administration in order to provide our
customers with top tier service at an affordable price. Our experience has emerged from over 15 years
of providing premium service and support worldwide.
Enterprise Email with Google Apps
BetterBuilt is a certified deployment specialist for Enterprise level applications through Google Apps
Data is kept safe and secure, while allowing safe sharing and control.
All work is saved in the cloud, use any device to securely access your email, calendar, documents, and more.
Work as a team, together. collaborate with one another across different locations or companies. Share and edit files in real time.
Benefits for hosting with BBC
- Pro Managed Server Updates
- Pro Managed Server Backups
- Content Management System (CMS)
- Servers in secure redundant facilities
- Website Contact Form
- Spam Protection
- Virus Protection
- Custom Error Pages
- Custom Graphics and Website Design
- Password Protected Directories
- Web Statistics
- Domain Aliases
- Domain Name Management
- Domain Parking
- Virtual Directories
- Microsoft ASP.NET
- PayPal Credit Card Processing
- 301 Domain Redirection
- Google Credit Card Processing
- Custom Payment Gateway
- Dynamic Content Layout
- Custom DNS entries
- Search Engine Optimization Ready
- Dedicated SSL Certificates
We've been asked: How does the Google Spam filter work?
Basically, Google automatically moves spam into your spam folder and then automatically deletes old “spam” in 30 days if you don’t delete it. There are some exceptions to this rule but for the most part it applies to anything that you might consider “spam”.
The way our old system worked as well as many other systems work is that our spam filters would just delete the spam automatically when it arrived. The problem with this technology is that there is no way for the end user to recover those deleted emails or know that they arrived. Additionally, we couldn’t set our filter limits too high otherwise our users would have not received legitimate communication.
Now that you’re using Google you could periodically check this folder for legitimate communication. By moving this ‘spam’ email to your inbox Google will “learn” from this and next time you receive communication from this person the email will arrive in your inbox rather than your spam box.
Here’s some additional info for you:
Google users receive less than 1% of spam in their in-boxes:
Google video, a quick 2 minute behind the scenes video giving you an idea of the complexity that they have going on behind the scenes:
Here’s a Google brief on the topic on how it’s handled with your IMAP devices such as your iPhone & Outlook client:
Here’s a 3rd party video on how to view your spam box/etc:
Extras, what has to be considered when marking something as spam: