Webmail will give you easy access to your emails from any Internet connected device. Read below to discover how.
A webmail app lets you send out and receive messages by way of an Internet browser without the need to set up an email address in an app such as Outlook or Thunderbird. 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 set up anything at all. Webmail applications are advanced enough to offer you lots of options like having an address book or creating folders that can later appear in your e mail application. As a webmail software works with the messages within the server, it is necessary that you employ the IMAP protocol any time you configure an email account on your PC. You may still use webmail if you select POP, but older messages won't be available due to the fact that they will have been downloaded on the PC. You can use webmail provided that there is any sort of email address created in your hosting account and using an e-mail client prior to being able to use webmail is not a prerequisite, so that you can manage your digital communication entirely via an Internet browser.
Webmail RoundCube in Cloud Website Hosting
Our cloud website hosting offer a cutting-edge webmail app called Roundcube, which can present you with more or less all functions of a regular e-mail program. You can access it straight from a browser simply by entering your e-mail address and password or through your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel. Taking into consideration the characteristics that Roundcube has, you can use it to supplement an e-mail client or as a separate app. In case you host an enterprise Internet site and your workers use webmail, you could have the application using a tailor-made URL with the organization domain in a few easy steps. With a couple of clicks it's also possible to set up folders, customize the time zone in accordance to your location, generate an address book or set up unique identities for any given e-mail.