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Everyone here must be aware of mail clients which can handle multiple email accounts simultaneously(eg. Thunderbird or Outlook). These are desktop clients which should my installed on the clients computer.Suppose i don't have harddisk, now how will i access my multiple mail accounts on web using a single application ?

Thanks in advance, Tanmoy

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Gmail is a webmail that supports accessing multiple accounts via POP and IMAP.

To access this, on the top left hand side click the Settings link. Then select the Accounts and Import category.

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If Gmail cannot be used, RoundCube webmail has an addon that allows acces to sever different IMAP accounts. This solution requires a local web server but no install on the client.

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Awesome! Could you point to a link to the plugin which allows this? –  rascher Jul 28 '12 at 17:04
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