Webmail Apps

Having a webmail app is a necessity for most. You need to be able to access your inbox regardless of what device you’re using at the moment. And if you have several different mail accounts, perhaps from different providers, you might need a webmail client that can aggregate all accounts for you.

Here you’ll find a toplist of the best webmail apps available – all clients are ranked and reviewed by our visitors. Make sure to read the product description and choose an app that does exactly what you need.

  1. MintEmail.com is a no-click disposable email system. By simply visiting this site, you will be assigned a temporary email address. Use it on a website that requires email verification and when the email is received it will pop up instantly in this box.
    • FreeProprietary
    • Online
    • Google Chrome
    Smampi is an email client that lives on the web. Think of it as a program like Microsoft Office Outlook or Thunderbird , but in your browser!

    Discontinued

    The website and the app is no longer available.



    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Android
    • iPhone
    • Android Tablet
    • iPad
    Atmail allows you to choose between on-premises or cloud deployment. Features include email, contact, calendar, task, storage, synchronisation and provisioning. It's extensible through a RESTful API and allows easy rebranding and white-labelling.
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    • FreeProprietary
    • Online
    Make up and use any mmmmail.com email address and retrieve it as an RSS feed. Helps you avoid spam, protects your online identity and requires no signup or registration. All mailboxes are public and temporary.

    Discontinued

    The service has been discontinued.

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  2. AHEM server is an ad-hoc mail server. By ad-hoc we mean that a mailbox will be created for you as soon as an email for your selected address reaches the server. Others call it disposable mail or a temporary email address.
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  3. PolarisMail is a dedicated e-mail services provider based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It offers various paid-for email hosting packages, some of which come with basic functions and others with additional features, such as calendaring and more.
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    • Online
    MrMail offers flexible Zimbra Hosting packages suitable for everyone, from single home user to a large company (SME) at superb prices and the best support in the industry.
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    • Online
    Secure your access to your e-mails with our automated backup service. Never again will you lose important emails or access to your information. Read and reply to emails even if your email provider have difficulties with the hosting.

    Discontinued

    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Online
    PrivacyHarbor.com offers private and secure email for personal and business use that is confidential, affordable and HIPAA compliant.

    Discontinued

    The domain http://privacyharbor.com seems to be purchased by squatters.

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    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Online
    A small business suite. This suite of tools gives you everything to need to be in business, collaborate with your team and customers. The tools range from webmail to CRM, project management and even lets you create your own webpage in the system.

    Discontinued

    • Online
    Third party hosting for Microsoft Exchange services.
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  4. Mailtraq is the best value full-function professional email server.
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    • FreeOpen Source
    • Online
    • Self-Hosted
    Telaen is a webmail interface written in PHP. It does not require any external database and is compatible with POP3 or IMAP so it runs under any Server supporting PHP with Sendmail, QMAIL, Postfix, etc... Additional skins and languages can be easily integrated.
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    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    Ever click on a mailto: link, only to scream in frustration as Apple Mail opens yet again? The curse of the webmail user is that there is no way to get around this problem. That is, until now.
    • FreeOpen Source
    • Online
    • I2P
    Anonymous peer-to-peer distributed communication layer built with open source tools and designed to run any traditional Internet service such as email, IRC or web hosting.