Webmail Clients

Valid for versions 88 through the latest version

Version:

84

88


Last modified: March 5, 2020

Overview

Webmail clients provide access to your Webmail email account. They also may include features like calendars and other webmail services.

Roundcube and Horde

cPanel & WHM ships with the Roundcube and Horde webmail clients. Roundcube is currently cPanel & WHM’s default webmail client.

Roundcube

Use the Roundcube webmail client to sort, view, and send email. It’s useful if you need a friendly-to-use interface with a few additional features. Roundcube includes mobile email access.

Select the Open my inbox when I log in checkbox in the Webmail interface to automatically open Roundcube when you log in to Webmail.

  • WebsiteRoundcube Webmail Project
  • Interface type — Three-pane format with view pane.
  • Composition features — Attachments, HTML composition, spell check.
  • Organization features — Drag-and-drop organization, folder manipulation, message flags, search mail, threaded conversation view, email archiving.
  • Additional features — Address book, calendar, system administrators can use plugins to add custom features.

Horde

Use the Horde webmail client to sort, view, and send email. This webmail client is useful for users who need a full set of features. It includes, for example, mobile email access and advanced productivity tools.

To automatically open your Horde inbox when you log in to Webmail, perform the following steps:

  1. Select Horde from the Change your webmail client section in the Webmail interface.
  2. After the Horde logo appears in the Open your inbox section, select the Open my inbox when I log in checkbox.
  3. Click Open.
  • WebsiteThe Horde Project
  • Interface type — Three-pane format with view pane, mobile interface available
  • Composition features — Attachments, HTML composition, spell check
  • Organization features — Folder manipulation, mail filters, message flags, search mail, threaded conversation view
  • Additional features — Address book, calendar, task list, event reminders, news feed, notes

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