What's Webmail? What exactly is the real difference between Webmail and a regular e-mail client?
Webmail is a web application that allows you to use an email account online via a browser and without the need for setting up the account in a PC email client like Microsoft Outlook or perhaps Apple Mail. This makes it possible to use your e-mails from any place and any computer if you're not able to use your personal computer - if you are on holiday and you visit an Internet cafe, for instance. Webmail clients normally do not offer as many options as a common desktop computer app, but they still provide a lot of options, for example sending and receiving emails, configuring custom signature and making use of address books. If you create an email address inside a desktop computer program, you need to use the IMAP protocol during the process for those who like to see all e-mails later using webmail, as the online app is unable to show messages from your PC if they have been previously downloaded with all the POP mail protocol.
Webmail RoundCube in Hosting
When you have a Linux hosting
with our company, you can use Roundcube, an innovative webmail client. It is easy to access it through the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which is used to handle the account, or directly by inputting a URL inside your Internet browser and then entering your e-mail and the password for it. You will even be capable to open the application under your own URL http://webmail.your-domain.com if the emails are employed by a company or an organization, for example. Roundcube has pretty much all the attributes that you might require from an email app and you could very easily set up different identities for a certain email address, create and implement an address book, set up folders or HTML signatures, select the time zone based on what your location is currently, and even more.