What's Webmail? What is the difference between Webmail and a typical e-mail client?
A webmail application permits you to send out and receive e-mails by way of a web browser without the need to set up an email in an app like Thunderbird or Outlook. If you take a trip, for instance, it is possible to check your email messages from an Internet café and you will not have to download, install or configure anything. Webmail apps are advanced enough to provide you with many options like having an address book or making folders that will later on show up in your e-mail client. As the webmail application works with the messages on the server, it is important that you employ the IMAP protocol when you create an e-mail account on your PC. You can still use webmail if you choose POP, but old emails will not be available as they'll have been downloaded on the computer. You can take advantage of webmail as long as there is any sort of email address set up in your hosting account and using an email application before being able to use webmail isn't a prerequisite, so you can handle your electronic communication completely through an Internet browser.
Webmail RoundCube in Shared Web Hosting
When you have a shared web hosting plan with us, you will be able to use a cutting-edge webmail app named Roundcube. It's a fully functional app which can substitute for a typical desktop application in everyday email communication and it incorporates a lot of attributes. With just a couple of mouse clicks, it is possible to send out and receive e-mails, make aliases as well as an HTML signature, make an address book or handle your e-mail folders. Roundcube can be accessed in two ways - either by simply clicking on email addresses inside the Emails section of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, or by entering our standard webmail URL right in the your web browser’s address bar and typing in the email address and its password. If you'd like, you can also set up a custom-made URL with any domain names with Hepsia and use it to access the webmail.