What's Webmail? What is the main difference between Webmail and a typical e-mail client?
A webmail application allows you to send out and receive e-mails by way of a web browser with no need to create an e-mail address in an app such as Outlook or Thunderbird. When you travel, for instance, you'll be able to check your e-mails from an Internet café and you will not have to download, install or set up anything at all. Webmail clients are advanced enough to provide you with lots of options such as using an address book or making folders that can afterwards come in your email app. As the webmail application works with the messages within the server, it is important that you use the IMAP protocol if you set up an email account on your desktop. You can still use webmail if you choose POP, but older emails won't be available due to the fact that they will have been downloaded on the computer. You can use webmail provided that there is any sort of email address set up in your web hosting account and using an e-mail application prior to being able to use webmail is not a requirement, so that you can handle your electronic communication solely from an Internet browser.
Webmail RoundCube in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you select a semi-dedicated server package through us, you will be able to control your e-mails via a feature-rich webmail app called Roundcube. You can access any mail box from any destination by entering the webmail’s URL in a web browser and entering the e-mail address and its corresponding password, or once you have access to your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, you can simply click on any email and log in to Roundcube without the need of typing in any password. If you would like, you can also create a customized web address for the webmail and then use it rather than the default one - a handy option in case you host the website of some company or organization. Roundcube may be used as a primary email application because it offers lots of features - address book, aliases, HTML signatures, and much more.