What's Webmail? What exactly is the main difference between Webmail and a standard e-mail client?
Webmail is a web application that allows you to use an email account online through an Internet browser and with no need of creating the account in any PC e-mail client like Microsoft Outlook or perhaps Apple Mail. This will make it possible to use your email messages from any location or any personal computer if you aren't able to use your personal computer - if you are on a break and you stop by an Internet cafe, for example. Webmail clients don't offer as many options as a standard desktop computer app, nevertheless they still provide many options, including sending and receiving emails, configuring custom signature and using address books. When you setup an email address in a desktop computer app, you have to use the IMAP protocol during the process in case you want to see all emails later utilizing webmail, because the online app cannot display emails from your computer if they were already downloaded while using POP mail protocol.
Webmail RoundCube in Cloud Hosting
When you have a Linux cloud hosting
with our company, you can make use of Roundcube, a high level webmail client. You'll be able to access it through the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel, used to manage the account, or directly by entering a URL inside your browser and then entering your e-mail and the password for it. You will even be able to open the software under your own URL http://webmail.your-domain.com if the emails are employed by a business as well as an enterprise, for instance. Roundcube features all of the options that you could require from an email application and you can now very easily set up various identities for a specific email, create and implement an address book, set up folders or HTML signatures, select the time zone according to your location at the moment, plus more.