Roundcube Webmail for Windows

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 1.3.9
  • 3.8
  • (26)
  • Security Status

Softonic review

Business email needs in one stop

Roundcube Webmail is a free email client that you can use to manage your emails. Right off the bat, you should know that this client is an open-source browser-based project. Even though it does not have as many features as others like Gmail, this client still offers a lot to offer. It has an intuitive address book with a lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) that functions to help you find the contact you are looking for as you type it. HTML emails are supported by this business and productivity tool as well. And if those features didn’t satisfy, you can opt to get plug-ins for more client components.


  • Good address book
  • Group contact feature
  • It has a spell checker
  • Free


  • Limited storage

Program available in other languages

Roundcube Webmail for PC

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 1.3.9
  • 3.8
  • (26)
  • Security Status

User reviews about Roundcube Webmail

  • Vietnam Vet 1966/1967

    by Vietnam Vet 1966/1967

    I use this email so I don't have to support Google using gmail.

  • Russ

    by Russ

    The setup is a little confusing but once it is up, it works OK. It is a little slow but OK for what I do.


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