What's Webmail? What is the real difference between Webmail and a standard e-mail client?
Webmail is a convenient substitute for computer and smartphone e-mail applications if you do not have access to your laptop or computer and you do not have a smart phone. You will be able to gain access to your e-mails through virtually any browser, so you can stay in touch with people when you travel and you visit an Internet cafe, for instance. Webmail apps are rather advanced, so not only will you have the ability to send and receive messages, but you'll also be able to make use of an address book, set up a personalized signature as well as set up new folders, that can afterwards come in your desktop email application. It is important to know that the emails available in the webmail are those on the server, so in case you set up an email address in a desktop app while using POP protocol, the messages will be saved on your desktop and they won't be available in the webmail. The answer in cases like this is to apply the IMAP protocol whenever you set up your emails inside a desktop computer client.
Webmail RoundCube in Semi-dedicated Servers
The semi-dedicated server plans that our company offers feature an advanced webmail program called Roundcube. It can substitute any computer e mail program as it comes equipped with all of the functions that you may require - in addition to sending and receiving emails, you may create folders to organize your messages, create an address book to manage your contacts conveniently, generate numerous identities for the same email or add a customized HTML signature that will appear automatically in all of the new emails that you create. It is easy to access Roundcube either straight via its login web page where you have to type the full email and its password, or from the Emails area of your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel, where you can just click on an email and log in without entering any password. If you like, you can also set up a webmail login URL with your domain name and then use it instead of our default URL.