What's Webmail? What is the real difference between Webmail and a common e-mail client?
Webmail is a really handy alternative to computer and mobile phone email applications if you do not have access to your personal computer and also you do not have a smart phone. You will be able to gain access to your e-mail messages through virtually any Internet browser, so you're able to stay in touch with friends and family if you take a trip and you drop by an Internet cafe, for example. Webmail apps are rather advanced, so you will not only be capable to send out and receive messages, but you'll also be able to use an address book, set up a customized signature or even set up new folders, that will afterwards show up in your desktop email program. It is important to know that the e-mail messages available in the webmail are the ones on the server, so in case you set up an email in a PC program while using POP protocol, the messages will be saved on your PC and they will not be available in the webmail. The solution in this instance is to apply the IMAP protocol any time you set up your emails inside a personal computer app.
Webmail RoundCube in Shared Website Hosting
When you have a Linux shared website hosting package with us, you will be able to make use of Roundcube, an advanced webmail client. You are able to access it through the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel, used to manage the account, or exclusively by inputting a URL inside your Internet browser and then entering your e-mail address and the password for it. You'll be also able to open the software under your own URL http://webmail.your-domain.com if the email messages are employed by a company or an organization, for instance. Roundcube comes equipped with practically all the features that you may need from an email application and you could quickly set up different identities for a specific email address, create and implement an address book, set up folders or HTML signatures, select the time zone according to your location currently, plus more.