A webmail app enables you to send out and receive emails from browser without the need to set up an email address in a program like Outlook or Thunderbird. If you take a trip, for example, 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 with a great deal of options such as using an address book or making folders that can later come in your email client. As a webmail application works with the messages on your server, it is essential that you employ the IMAP protocol when you set up an email account on your computer. You may still use webmail if you select POP, but old emails won't be accessible due to the fact that they'll have been downloaded on the computer. You can take advantage of webmail as long as there is any sort of email address created in your website hosting account and using an e-mail app before being able to use webmail is not a prerequisite, so you're able to handle your electronic communication completely through an Internet browser.

Webmail RoundCube in Website Hosting

We provide a professional webmail application with every single website hosting plan that we offer you. The app is called Roundcube and it includes a wide range of characteristics, so even though you may have no email application installed on your laptop or desktop computer, feel free to use Roundcube as a fully functional e mail application. With a couple of clicks, it is possible to check your email, create an address book, adjust the time zone, set up unique identities or HTML signatures, and more. It is possible to access Roundcube by clicking on any email address in your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel or by typing a URL in your internet browser and entering your e-mail along with the related password. Additionally, you can create a custom made URL through Hepsia, if the mailboxes that you create will be used by an organization, for instance, the staff will be able to access their e mail using the company domain.