What's Webmail? What precisely is the difference between Webmail and a standard e-mail client?
A webmail app enables you to send and receive emails through browser with no need to set up an e-mail address inside a program like Thunderbird or Outlook. 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. Webmail applications are advanced enough to offer you many options such as using an address book or creating folders that will afterwards come in your email client. As the webmail app works with the messages on the server, it is important that you use the IMAP protocol if you configure an e-mail account on your desktop. You can still use webmail if you select POP, but old messages won't be available since they'll have been downloaded on the PC. You can take advantage of webmail provided that there is any e-mail created in your website hosting account and using an e-mail application before being able to use webmail isn't a requirement, so you can manage your digital communication solely from a browser.
Webmail RoundCube in Shared Website Hosting
Our Linux shared website hosting packages feature a cutting-edge webmail application called Roundcube, which will present you with pretty much all of the features of a standard email software. You have access to it right from a web browser by entering your e-mail address and password or through your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel. Taking into consideration the features that Roundcube includes, you can work with it as an addition to an e-mail client or as a separate app. In case you host a company website and the staff members use webmail, you can have the application within a tailor-made URL with the company domain in a few easy steps. With a handful of clicks you can also make folders, change the time zone with respect to your specific location, create an address book or create distinctive identities for virtually any given e-mail.