Valid for versions 108 through the latest version
Last modified: November 30, 2022
Webmail clients provide access to your Webmail email account. They may also include features like calendars and other Webmail services.
Use the Roundcube Webmail client to sort, view, and send email. It’s useful if you need a friendly-to-use interface with additional spam-related features. Roundcube also includes mobile email access.
Automatically open inbox
Select the Open my inbox when I log in checkbox in the Webmail interface to automatically open Roundcube when you log in to Webmail.
The information below offers new Webmail users a brief overview of the features available in Roundcube. For a full list of features, visit the Roundcube website.
Roundcube supports the
dark interface modes.
Initially, Roundcube uses the interface mode set by your web browser. If the browser sets the
dark interface mode, Roundcube displays the
dark mode. If the browser does not set an interface mode, Roundcube displays the
You can also set the interface mode via the
Dark mode () or
Light mode () icon in the lefthand menu bar. The browser remembers the setting the next time you log in to Roundcube.
Use other third-party clients by using the Mail Client Manual Settings. To automatically open your third-party client when you log in to Webmail, perform the following steps:
- Select Configure Mail Client from the Other Webmail Features section in the Webmail interface.
- Check for an automatic configuration script in the Mail Client Automatic Configuration Scripts section. Currently, cPanel provides automatic configuration scripts for the following applications:
- iOS for iPhone/iPad/iPod
- MacOS Mail®
- Windows Live Mail®
- If an automatic configuration script is available, click your selected security protocol to proceed.
- If your intended Webmail client does not come with an automatic configuration script, proceed to the Mail Client Manual Settings interface and use the secure SSL/TLS settings to add the client. Alternatively, you may email the configuration information for your Webmail client to yourself using the Email Instructions text box.