What's Webmail? What is the real difference between Webmail and a standard e-mail client?
Webmail is a software application that lets you work with an e-mail account online through a web browser and without the need of configuring the account in any PC e-mail app such as Microsoft Outlook or Apple Mail. This will make it possible to use your e-mails from any place as well as any PC if you are not able to use your own computer - if you are on a break and you go to an Internet cafe, for example. Webmail clients commonly do not offer as much options as a standard desktop client, but they still provide many options, including sending and receiving e-mails, setting up custom signature and employing address books. If you set up an e-mail address inside a desktop program, you have to use the IMAP protocol during the process in case you want to see all messages later using webmail, because the online client is unable to display emails from your PC if they have been previously downloaded with all the POP mail protocol.
Webmail RoundCube in Cloud Web Hosting
Our cloud web hosting offer an excellent webmail application named Roundcube, which will offer you more or less all of the capabilities of a standard email software. You have access to it straight from a browser by entering your e-mail and password or using your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel. Taking into consideration the functions that Roundcube includes, you are able to use it as an addition to an email client or as a standalone application. In case you host a company website and the workers use webmail, you could have the app within personalized URL with the enterprise domain in a couple of basic steps. With a handful of clicks it's also possible to create folders, modify the time zone in accordance to your specific location, create an address book or create different identities for any given email address.