Horde Webmail is an email client that supports both IMAP and POP3. It is designed to work with all major email providers, like Gmail, Microsoft Live, Yahoo, and Outlook.
The Webmail client is an IMAP and POP3 client, so it only supports loading and deleting email and flagging emails, but it is not a Microsoft Outlook-compatible email client. It does, however, support Microsoft Office files (doc, Xls, ppt, and pdf) in addition to Word and Excel files.
By default, it’s configured to use SMTP over SSL or TLS on port 25. If you want to use encrypted connections, you’ll need to install GPG and configure Horde to use SMTP over TLS as well as IMAP and POP3/SMTP over TLS.
Horde Webmail is a browser-based secure mail and groupware client. As such, it includes both webmail and an IMAP/POP3 client. It has nothing to do with the Horde Groupware Server.
Horde Webmail is a browser-based secure mail and groupware client; it has nothing to do with the Horde Groupware Server. Horde Webmail does not connect directly to any of the Horde Groupware Server protocols; the server name is specified in the Webmail Connector configuration.
Horde Webmail does not connect directly to any Horde Groupware Server protocols. The server name is specified in the Horde Connector configuration. The server is configured via the Horde Groupware Server Web UI.
Horde Webmail and Groupware Server are two different things and should not be confused with one another.
Horde Webmail is an email client that allows you to access, organize, and manage your emails all in one place.
One of the main benefits of using Horde Webmail is that it includes a built-in webmail client, so you don’t have to log in to an external site to access your emails. You can do it all within Horde. Horde Webmail is available in two versions:
Horde and Horde Groupware Edition. Both versions include a webmail client, but the Horde Groupware Edition offers many more groupware features.