Webmail can offer you easy accessibility to your e-mail accounts from any world-wide web connected device. Read below to find out how.
A webmail app permits you to send and receive messages via browser without the need to create an email inside an app like Outlook or Thunderbird. When you travel, for instance, it is possible to check your e-mail messages from an Internet café and you will not have to download, install or configure anything at all. Webmail clients are advanced enough to offer you a great deal of options such as having an address book or creating folders that will afterwards appear in your e mail app. As a webmail application works with the messages on the server, it is important that you apply the IMAP protocol when you set up an e-mail account on your computer. You can still use webmail if you select POP, but older messages will not be accessible since they will have been downloaded on the PC. You can take advantage of webmail as long as there is any e-mail set up inside your web hosting account and using an email application before being able to use webmail is not a prerequisite, so you're able to manage your electronic communication solely via an Internet browser.
Webmail RoundCube in Website Hosting
Our Linux website hosting packages offer an excellent webmail client called Roundcube, which will offer you more or less all of the features of a regular email program. You can access it right from an Internet browser simply by entering your e-mail and password or via your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel. Considering the features that Roundcube incorporates, you'll be able to use it as an addition to an email app or as a standalone app. If you host an enterprise Internet site and your staff use webmail, you could have the app within a custom-made URL with the organization domain name in a couple of easy steps. With a handful of clicks you can also make folders, modify the time zone with respect to your position, create an address book or set up distinctive identities for virtually any given e-mail address.