Thanks for the suggestions for the interface, but after spending many hours trying to work with the interfaces, I don't think the service will do what I want. In case you're interested in some feedback, here are the issues that I couldn't resolve and don't want to deal with. - Using the scripts in this thread I was able to create a custom login page to whatever I wanted. However that only changes the initial page. After logging out, the user is presented with the original cPanel login page which I can't control. Telling my users to log in with only their name on my custom page is important, so if they suddenly need to add @domain.com if they log in from any other page it will be confusing.- Besides that initial page I have no control over appearance of any other part of the system. I understand the reseller package has a lot more options here, but besides the cost difference, it's far more effort to learn to do that than I want to go through just to change a few logos and colours. - I'm not so satisfied with the mail clients. Horde and Squirrel seem mature and solid, but they look really outdated and unintuitive. Roundmail looks great, but is just too simple and missing some features and settings I'd like.- The login system of cPanel has always seemed kind of flaky to me. I could deal with it for myself using cPanel once a month, but not for other users that use it everyday to access their email. The main thing I notice is that things act strangely after logging out. If you click to log in again, sometimes you will go straight back to the mail page without having to enter your username and password. Sometimes you'll be prompted for username and password again, then again even after entering them correctly. Sometimes I get an error screen "The URL was redirected to . Please click the link to go there."Any one of these is not a deal-breaker, but between all of them I'm just not willing to mess with it anymore.
I've been using Arvixe for hosting for a couple of years and am quite happy with the service
searching for "open source webmail application"
I'd rather avoid the first page with the selection of which mail client
using the Roundcube
log in with username 'arvixe-best-web-host' instead of 'email@example.com'