Best Free Webmail Software You Must Know

Posted by on Nov 16, 2015 in Mail Organization | Comments Off on Best Free Webmail Software You Must Know

If you are using emails for your daily business transactions, communications and for your hosted websites, chances are that you know several different kinds of mail clients for your operating system. But nowadays, we almost always had access to an internet connection, and this allows us to connect to everyone almost wherever we are. In addition to that, the days of paid email services are now over, there are a lot of free webmail services that you can use with little to no restrictions at all. Plus, they are accessible all the time, as long as you have an internet connection. With that in mind, let’s see some of the best free webmail clients that you must know.

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The first round is for use on a web server. If you own a website, you probably have a webserver. If you host your own email domain, you can use the following clients to help you.

Roundcube

This is a browser-based open source IMAP client that has a multilingual capability. It also has support for MIME types, folder manipulation and many other popular email features that you already knew such as searching for messages, contents, find-as-you-type contacts and more.

SquirrelMail

Just like Roundcube, SquirrelMail is an open source webmail client powered by PHP 4 but is compatible up to PHP 5.4 and 5.5. However, the user interface is minimal and quite old school. If you want aesthetics, you’ll want to stay away from this one.

HastyMail

Coded in PHP, it’s a fast safe IMAP and SMTP client full of different features. It’s also even compatible with mobile phones and tablets, text browsers and all mainstream browsers. It has a nice user interface and it has small pages that improves performance and load times.

The second round will be for personal email usage. If you are an avid email user, then you’ll love the following email services.

Gmail

Who never owns a Gmail nowadays? If you use any Google services, then you already have access to all of their services. What’s best is that Google services are all interconnected to one another in one way or the other, so you’ll have no problems looking for any could productivity or connectivity tool if you use Gmail.

Mail.com

If you want custom domain name like mail.com, email.com, techie.com, lawyer.com and many more. The free version of the account lacks SMTP or POP3 functionality and only two months of account inactivity protection. Storage clocks in at 3 GB.