A webmail application allows you to send and receive e-mails by way of an Internet browser with no need to create an email inside a program like Outlook or Thunderbird. If you travel, for instance, it is possible to check your e-mails from an Internet café and you will not have to download, install or set up anything at all. Webmail apps are advanced enough to provide you a lot of options like having an address book or making folders that can later appear in your email application. As the webmail software works with the messages within the server, it is essential that you employ the IMAP protocol when you create an e-mail account on your desktop. You can still use webmail if you select POP, but old e-mails will not be available as they will have been downloaded on the computer. You can take advantage of webmail as long as there is any email created inside your hosting account and using an e-mail application prior to being able to use webmail is not a requirement, so you're able to control your digital communication completely through an Internet browser.

Webmail RoundCube in Semi-dedicated Servers

With a semi-dedicated server package with our company, it is possible to control your electronic messages through the feature-rich Roundcube webmail app. The program is extremely user-friendly and incorporates a lot of functions that you can see in a desktop email application like setting up aliases, an address book and / or custom HTML signatures. If you travel around, you can adjust the time zone for every mailbox with a handful of clicks. You can log in to a mailbox either by simply clicking on it within the Emails area of the Hepsia Hosting Control Panel or by entering the email as well as its password on the webmail login web page. In case you host a corporation or an business web site, it's also possible to set up a custom made URL with your domain where the employees are able to log in to their web mail. With Roundcube, you are able to keep track of your e-mail correspondence from any location as well as any device.