What's Webmail? What precisely is the difference between Webmail and a common e-mail client?
A webmail application enables you to send and receive emails from a web browser with no need to set up an email address in a program such as Thunderbird or Outlook. When you travel, for example, you are able to check your email messages from an Internet café and you will not need to download, install or set up anything at all. Webmail apps are advanced enough to present you with a number of options such as having an address book or creating folders that can later come in your email client. As the webmail software works with the messages within the server, it is vital that you use the IMAP protocol any time you create an e-mail account on your desktop. You may still use webmail if you pick POP, but old e-mails won't be available since they will have been downloaded on your computer. You can take advantage of webmail as long as there is any sort of email address created inside your website hosting account and using an email app before being able to use webmail isn't a requirement, so you can control your electronic communication entirely from a web browser.
Webmail RoundCube in Shared Hosting
When you have a shared hosting plan with us, you can make use of an advanced webmail program labeled Roundcube. It's a completely functional app that can replace a standard desktop program in day-to-day email communication and it comes with a lot of functions. With a couple of mouse clicks, it is possible to send out and receive messages, set up aliases or an HTML signature, create an address book or control your email folders. Roundcube can be accessed in 2 ways - either by simply clicking on email addresses in the Emails section of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, or by entering our default webmail URL straight in the your web browser’s address bar and typing in the email address as well as its password. If you'd like, it's also possible to set up a custom URL with all of your domains through Hepsia and employ it to access the webmail.