What's Webmail? What exactly is the main difference between Webmail and a typical e-mail client?
Webmail is a piece of software that allows you to use an e-mail account online via a browser and with no need of setting up the account in a desktop computer e-mail app such as Microsoft Outlook or maybe Apple Mail. This makes it possible to use your emails from any destination and any computer if you aren't able to use your personal computer - in case you are on holiday and you stop by an Internet cafe, for instance. Webmail clients commonly do not offer as many options as a standard desktop app, but they still feature a wide range of options, like sending and receiving email messages, configuring custom-made signature and employing address books. If you setup an e-mail address in a desktop program, you have to use the IMAP protocol in the process for those who like to see all e-mails later using webmail, because the online client is unable to show messages from your computer if they have been already downloaded while using POP mail protocol.
Webmail RoundCube in Cloud Hosting
In case you have a Linux cloud hosting
with our company, you will be able to work with Roundcube, an advanced webmail app. It is possible to access it through the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel, used to control the account, or directly by inputting a URL inside your browser and then entering your email address and the password for it. You'll be able to open the application using your own URL http://webmail.your-domain.com if the e-mails are employed by a company or an organization, for instance. Roundcube contains practically all the options that you might require from an email app and you can effortlessly create numerous identities for a certain e-mail address, set up and use an address book, make folders or HTML signatures, opt for the time zone based on what your location is currently, and even more.