What's Webmail? What is the real difference between Webmail and a regular e-mail client?
Webmail is a piece of software that permits you to use an e-mail account online through a browser and with no need of creating the account in any PC email app such as Microsoft Outlook or perhaps Apple Mail. This makes it possible to make use of your e-mails from any place or any personal computer if you aren't capable to use your personal computer - when you're on vacation and you stop by an Internet cafe, for instance. Webmail clients commonly do not offer as much options as a standard desktop computer client, however, they still offer you quite a lot of options, for example sending and receiving emails, configuring customized signature and employing address books. If you setup an email address inside a desktop computer app, you have to use the IMAP protocol in the process for those who like to check out all e-mails later working with webmail, as the online client cannot display e-mails from your PC if they were already downloaded with all the POP mail protocol.
Webmail RoundCube in Shared Hosting
When you have a Linux shared hosting with us, you will be able to make use of Roundcube, an innovative webmail application. It is possible to access it either through the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which is used to control the account, or directly by entering a URL inside your Internet browser and then entering your email and the password for it. You'll be capable to open the app under your own URL http://webmail.your-domain.com if the emails are used by a business as well as an organization, for example. Roundcube features all of the attributes that you might need from an e-mail app and you can easily create unique identities for a selected email, set up and implement an address book, make folders or HTML signatures, pick the time zone according to what your location is currently, and even more.