On cPanel servers, we recommend to use a webmail solution called Horde.

Horde webmail has a wider range of functionality than the Roundcube webmail by default.

For example the following functionalities can be highlighted:

– mobile view by default (webmail is displayed correctly in mobile devices);
– saving of sent email contacts (automatically saves sent e-mail addresses to the contact list);
– customizing of the inbox display (similar to the display in the Roundcube’s webmail);
– calendar display;
– better email signature customization.

 

Horde webmail customization

 

Customizing inbox display similar to Roundcube webmail


1. From the menu, under gear wheel mark, select Preferences > Mail
2. Navigate to: Mailbox > Mailbox Display
3. Adjust the settings as desired or according to the display:

4. Preferences > Mail, move to: Message > Deleting and Moving Messages
5. Adjust the settings as desired or according to the display:

6. If you want to display the vertical mailbox instead of the horizontal mailbox (as in the Roundcube webmail), you can customize it by going to the Inbox homepage and selecting:
Other > Vertical layout

 

Automatically saving contacts from sent messages


1. From the menu, under gear wheel mark, select Preferences > Mail
2. Navigate to: Compose > Address Books
3. Check the box next to “Save recipient automatically to the default address book?”

 

Customizing the language of the mail account


1. From the menu, under gear wheel mark, select Preferences > Global Preferences
2. Navigate to: Global Preferences > Your Information > Locale and Time
3. Adjust the settings as desired or according to the display:

 

Automatically signing emails


1. From the menu, under gear wheel mark, select Preferences > Mail
2. Navigate to: General > Personal Information
3. Add signature to “Your signature:” and “Your signature to use when composing with the HTML editor”

NB! The first box should only be a signature text form!
You can enter HTML in the second box, such as links, pictures etc.

 

Saving attachments of sent emails


1. From the menu, under the gear icon, select Preferences > Mail 
2. Move to: Compose > Sent Mail
3. Under “Save attachments in the sent-mail message?” choose “Save attachments” and save the changes.

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