What's Webmail? What precisely is the difference between Webmail and a typical e-mail client?
A webmail app enables you to send out and receive emails from a web browser with no need to set up an email inside an app like Outlook or Thunderbird. When you travel, for example, it is possible to check your e-mails from an Internet café and you will not need to download, install or configure anything at all. Webmail clients are advanced enough to provide you a lot of options like using an address book or making folders that can afterwards come in your e mail app. As a webmail app works with the messages on the server, it is important that you apply the IMAP protocol if you configure an e-mail account on your PC. You may still use webmail if you select POP, but older e-mails will not be available since they'll have been downloaded on your computer. You can take advantage of webmail as long as there is any sort of email address set up with your website hosting account and using an email app prior to being able to use webmail isn't a requirement, so that you can handle your electronic communication completely from an Internet browser.
Webmail RoundCube in Shared Web Hosting
We provide an innovative webmail client with every single shared web hosting plan that we offer you. The program is known as Roundcube and it features a large amount of capabilities, so even though you may have no e-mail app installed on your personal computer, you can use Roundcube as a fully functional email application. With a couple of clicks, it is possible to check your email, create an address book, regulate the time zone, set up numerous identities or HTML signatures, and more. You can access Roundcube by clicking on any e-mail in your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel or by typing a URL in your browser and entering your e-mail address as well as the related password. It's also possible to create a customized URL through Hepsia, if the mail boxes that you create will be used by a corporation, for example, the employees will be able to access their e mail using the company domain name.