When comparing Atmail vs AfterLogic WebMail, the Slant community recommends Atmail for most people. In the question“What are the best self-hosted webmail clients?” Atmail is ranked 5th while AfterLogic WebMail is ranked 8th.
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Pro Intuitive interface
Pro Powerful yet easy to use admin tools
Pro Browser, desktop and mobile versions
Pro Plugin support
In admin panel you can supply separate logos for login screen and for top-left corner of main interface.
Configurable autoreload of email message list every N minutes
Pro Drag 'N Drop
Mails can be dragged into a different folder, contacts can be added into group, events in calendars can be tossed around, etc. - all with drag 'n drop.
Pro Multilanguage, with autodetection
Interface is available in over 30 languages. WebMail attempts to determine your system language and open the interface in it.
Pro Mobile version of interface
Open WebMail on your iOS or Android device to get a simplified mobile interface. And when run on iOS, it'll offer you to get iOS profile with settings for mail access, contacts and calendar sync.
Pro Plugins infrastructure
A few dozens of plugins, some of those created by community. Plugins are placed into data directory so they survive upgrades easily.
Pro External services integration
Twitter, Facebook, Google and Dropbox are supported. With last two, you can access their file storage; and you can use social account credentials to log into your WebMail acct.
Pro Sync with Windows, iOS, Android etc.
Offers syncing through DAV with mobile devices, there are also mobile apps and Windows sync client.
Pro Multiple accounts
In WebMail Pro each user can have multiple accounts added to switch between them and use them separately.
Pro Available in multiple editions
In addition to commercial WebMail Pro, simplified free opensource WebMail Lite is available. Also there are MailSuite Pro (which is basically WebMail Pro integrated with mailserver software) and Aurora, extended with groupware features.
Con Bad UX
It's slow and unintuitive.
Con Closed source
Appears to be a proprietary product.
Con Not free
As in beer or software.
Con Not responsive at all
3 layers of Mail section overlying each other. Totally not supported by mobile. Very bad mobile interface.
Con No Unified inbox
They planned it for a while, but for now, it's still working with one account at a time.
Con No CardDAV support in free version
CardDav Sync is not available in AfterLogic WebMail Lite, which is the free version.