Webmail Feature Comparison:
Horde Vs. Roundcube
Table of Contents
Interface Type: Horde Vs.
Composition Features: Horde
Organization Features: Horde
Additional Features: Horde
Recommended Users: Horde
Webmail, also referred to as web-based email, is an email service or system which is accessible via a
standard web browser. In it, a user is able to access his/her emails through a browser on any Internet
connected computer or device. Webmail software such as Roundcube, Horde, SquirrelMail, etc. are
installed and run on the email server to ensure webmail access. The main benefit of using webmail is its
ability to receive as well as send email anywhere from a web browser but it needs to remain
connected to the Internet while it is being used.
Many Internet service providers include webmail in their Internet service packages. Certain web
hosting service providers also include webmail in their hosting packages.
In the context of web hosting service providers, these are companies that provide the service of web
hosting to ensure that websites remain accessible at all times. The “Best Windows Shared Hosting”, the
“Best Linux Dedicated Hosting”, etc. are some of the terms that are used to refer to the best hosting
services with regard to the various types of web hosting.
The Horde Groupware Webmail Edition refers to a free, browser-based, communication suite that is
enterprise ready and which can be expanded with the Horde Project’s standards compliant
components. It enables users to read, send as well as organize email messages, share and manage
calendars, notes, contacts, files, tasks, and bookmarks. The available applications are bundled separately
by this webmail.
Roundcube refers to a web-based IMAP email client. It is an open source and free webmail solution. It
has an easy to install/configure user interface, which runs on a standard LAMPP server. Its most
noteworthy feature is the