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Old 26 Jul 2018, 04:41 PM   #1
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What's the best webmail?

If you prefer using webmail anytime rather than a client, the webmail system is successful. Only Fastmail and Gmail have this capability to me. So I think both are the best webmail on the planet. How do you think of it?
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Old 27 Jul 2018, 07:09 AM   #2
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Personally, I like Gmail's webmail. Labels are so powerful and quick compared to folders that it would be very hard to go back. I am forced to use Outlook at work and it feels so slow and awkward, plus I can never find anything. However, some are wedded to putting everything into folders and that is the only way they can work. I think it truly comes down to preferences. I also use Outlook.com a fair bit and I think it has one of the best webmail interfaces with the traditional folder structure. If I had to leave Gmail I would probably go to Outlook.com as my main account. I have tried many webmail interfaces on different services and they all feel clunky compared to Gmail.
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Old 27 Jul 2018, 06:57 PM   #3
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Fastmail is the best for me, and I love all the features it offers. Other simpler webmails I like are tutanota and hushmail (desktop and mobile interfaces) and always those who use the simple rouncube interface.
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Old 27 Jul 2018, 08:39 PM   #4
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Fastmail is the best for me, and I love all the features it offers. Other simpler webmails I like are tutanota and hushmail (desktop and mobile interfaces) and always those who use the simple rouncube interface.
Then you could try get a Riseup.net account which is roundcube and privacy cared.
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Old 27 Jul 2018, 10:03 PM   #5
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Then you could try get a Riseup.net account which is roundcube and privacy cared.
Or good old Tuffmail. Has the latest versions of Roundcube and Squirrelmail active.
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Old 27 Jul 2018, 11:05 PM   #6
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Then you could try get a Riseup.net account which is roundcube and privacy cared.
I had it before but I deactivated after some time. I also used in the past Posteo, Kolab and Gandi email, using Rouncube.
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Old 5 Dec 2018, 05:02 AM   #7
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I use Gmail privately and CrossBox at work.

I must admit that crossbox blew us away with the number of cool features and a really slick GUI. Unfortunately, it's not free but we had some luck to get it for free via our hosting provider which offers it as one of the webmail options.

I used to use Roundcube a lot but now it's even more apparent that it lacks many functionalities to be called a modern webmail client.
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