What's Webmail? What precisely is the real difference between Webmail and a standard e-mail client?
Webmail is a really handy alternative to popular PC and phone e-mail applications if you do not have access to your laptop or computer and you do not have a smart phone. You'll be able to access your emails through any web browser, so that you can keep in touch with friends and family if you take a trip and you drop by an Internet cafe, for instance. Webmail apps are rather advanced, so not only will you have the ability to send and receive emails, but you will also be able to work with an address book, create a personalized signature or perhaps create new folders, that can afterwards come in your PC email application. You should know that the e-mail messages displayed in the webmail are those on the server, so if you set up an email address in a PC app using the POP protocol, the messages will be saved on your desktop and they will not be available in the webmail. The solution in this instance is to use the IMAP protocol whenever you create your e-mails inside a desktop client.
Webmail RoundCube in Cloud Hosting
Our Linux cloud hosting feature a cutting-edge webmail client named Roundcube, which will give you more or less all of the capabilities of a regular e-mail application. You have access to it directly from an Internet browser simply by entering your e-mail address and password or through the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel. Taking into consideration the capabilities that Roundcube comes with, you can use it as an addition to an e-mail app or as a separate app. If you host a company web site and your staff members use webmail, you can have the application within tailor-made URL with the corporation domain in a few simple steps. With a number of clicks it's also possible to make folders, customize the time zone with respect to your position, make an address book or configure numerous identities for any given email.