All three systems display the same email, so if you send an email using Horde you’ll be able to see it in the Sent Items folder in Roundcube – and if you read an email in SquirrelMail it will be marked as read in Horde etc.
All three systems have their merits, though I personally prefer Roundcube – it has a simple interface and is quick to use. On a slow dialup internet connection you might prefer to use SquirrelMail with its more basic presentation… take a look at all three and see which you prefer!
Shortcut to reading your email
You can always log into your email quickly by visiting webmail.yourdomain.com – just enter your email address as the username and then your email account’s password in the box below.
For example, if your domain name is digitalred.com, just visit digitalred.com/webmail. (You can actually use any domain name belonging to an account hosted on the same server as yours – so if your website is hosted by Digital Red you can log in using your own username and password at digitalred.com/webmail)
Different webmail systems
We have three different email systems – I recommend that you use Roundcube, but you can also give Horde and SquirrelMail a go and see which you prefer. There are screenshots of each system below – click on an image to see a bigger version: