Webmail, are essentially email based on web, consists of two basic constituents. The client and the provider. The webmail’s client side is does the sending part and receiving part by making use of the POP3, SMTP protocols, either though local or through remote servers. By providers, we mean guys like Yahoo, Gmail and hotmail. They usually provide access to email making use of the client running on desktop or a webmail client.
These clients can work under many types of platforms such as PHP, ASP or .NET. Here, we have compiled a collection of seven webmail clients.
Roundcube is an IMAP client, which is browser based and multilingual. It includes support for MIME, folder manipulation, and lot of other similar features.
Zimbra is an AJAX client, browser based, which gives a conversation view to your messages.
Atmail provides webmail client services for Windows, Linux and UNIX.
This is a tool with open source coded in PHP4. It acts as both an IMAP proxy as well as a web supported normal email client.
It is a feature loaded, swift safe IMAP and SMTP client coded in PHP. It is combatable with phones, tablets and personal digital assistants. It also supports multilevel themes, Postgresql, MySql and has a cache that is smart and tunable.
It is swift, smooth and is an Ajax based IMAP client.
A fast and simple webmail intended to be used for POP3 or IMAP servers. It provides Ajax webmail, and editor for rich text, spellchecker, filers for incoming mail.
There are numerous webmail clients available for use. The choice is yours. Also don’t forget to share with us your finings in using your preferred webmail.