Webmail will offer you easy access to your e-mail accounts from each world-wide web connected device. Read below to discover how.
A webmail app enables you to send and receive emails through an Internet browser without the need to create an email in an app like Outlook or Thunderbird. When you travel, for example, it is possible to check your e-mail messages from an Internet café and you will not need to download, install or set up anything at all. Webmail clients are advanced enough to provide you a number of options like using an address book or making folders that can later on appear in your e-mail app. As the webmail software 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 may still use webmail if you choose POP, but older e-mails will not be accessible because they will have been downloaded on the computer. You can use webmail as long as there is any sort of e-mail set up inside your website hosting account and using an email application before being able to use webmail isn't a requirement, so you're able to handle your digital communication solely through an Internet browser.
Webmail RoundCube in Website Hosting
If you have a Linux website hosting package with us, you will be able to work with Roundcube, a high level webmail app. You're able to access it through the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which is used to control the account, or directly by entering a URL in your Internet browser and then entering your email and the password for it. You'll be capable to open the application under your own URL http://webmail.your-domain.com if the emails are employed by a business as well as an enterprise, for example. Roundcube has practically all the options that you may require from an e-mail client and you could conveniently set up distinctive identities for a certain email address, create and implement an address book, create folders or HTML signatures, select the time zone based on where you are at the moment, plus more.