email that presents messages as webpages, rather than classic email, where the messages are downloaded directly. Web mail is read in a browser, rather than in an email client, so browser security considerations apply. The practical effect is usually somewhat reduced security.
Web mail is a way to access your email from any computer that has Internet access. For instance, you can access your SBC Yahoo! email account through the SBC Yahoo! Mail Web site from any computer that has Internet access and a Web browser.
With each email account, you have an option to use Horde, a web-based email software to manage your emails. By using Web Mail, you can keep your emails on your web hosting account, limited only by disk space. To view more details and features, please access the Web Software section for more details... Go Back
A web-based user interface that allows a user to access his/her e-mail from any location using a web browser. Web mail is convenient for people who travel or frequently work from a location that is not where their main computer resides. Versatureâ€(tm)s business communications platform includes web-mail services.
Web mail is the use of a web site to send and receive e-mail via a web page rather than the more conventional SMTP and POP3. The advantage of web mail is that all the SMTP and POP3 client setup is done at the web site instead of the user's e-mail client program. The disadvantage is that there are usually severe restrictions on how much e-mail a user can "keep".
An interface for sending and receiving email through the use of a browser (e.g. Internet Explorer or Netscape) instead of an email program (e.g. Outlook). Configuring client side email is as simple as hyper linking to the correct URL and Logging in with a user name and password.