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Old 11-04-2010, 07:10 PM
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Question Best Email Service Provider?

SO for the longest time now, the best email service provider has always been Google hands-down...until now.

I've been using gMail for years. I always have to create new emails for SEO link building projects and always use gMail. Well this time for one of my projects, I decided to use something different.

I searched Google and found GMX.com.

GMX hands-down beats gMail. Check it out.

Your thoughts? Use any other unheard of email providers?

I am presently surprised by GMX.com - it has an awesome and unique interface.
 
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Other best e-mail account providers are: HotMail, Lycos Mail, Yahoo Mail and AIM Mail. I have to check this GMX. Hope it offers free IMAP/POP.
 
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Other best e-mail account providers are: HotMail, Lycos Mail, Yahoo Mail and AIM Mail. I have to check this GMX. Hope it offers free IMAP/POP.
It does, and you can link UNLIMITED email accounts to your GMX account - it can access any email account via IMAP/POP if you put in the login.
 
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Does it pass the Online services security report card ?
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Old 11-05-2010, 07:30 AM
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Does it have to? -_- It even has free SSL protection when you're at your inbox.
It's the best. 5GB free; I'm about to move everything there.
 
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Seems to be a new nice addition. But, it would be better if it passes the security report card.
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Old 11-05-2010, 08:12 AM
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Seems to be a new nice addition. But, it would be better if it passes the security report card.
Man that tool is garbage. I think after 10+ years of web development I know what a safe site is and GMX.com is as old as Yahoo. They have major investors funding their service.
 
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GMX.com is as old as Yahoo. They have major investors funding their service.
Then maybe they should up their game to protect their users from FireSheep.
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I have always used yahoo, but for now am going for gmail at personal level and hotmail for business documents.
 
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Actually I am a user of gmail but I personally don't feel as a fan of it. It takes too much time in loading as compared to yahoo and rediffmail. However, I still have to carry that account as its my primary email contact ID. But I think that giving GMX a try is no harm, let me see what can be done.
 
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i do prefer hotmail,aol and gmail for email service provider.
 
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Well I am using two emails Gmail and Yahoo mail that's best for me
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I use Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail & Ureach.
 
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Then maybe they should up their game to protect their users from FireSheep.
They do.. They support site-wide SSL...
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Im using both Gmail and Lycos. but Gmail has more features and easy to use.
 
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I must be well behind the times because I've only just started using Gmail, but I have to say they're the best provider I've used so far.
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Something better than Gmail? I find that hard to believe. I'll check it out.
 
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I've looked at GMX

I have two problems with it.

1-I do a lot of emails and one of the problems with google is that it limits you to 500 emails per day.
2-You don't have direct contact with the owners of GMX you have to post something and hope you get an answer.

I have decided to build my own bot as a mass mailer. Does anyone know of a goog free mail proxy service.
 
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I have been always hating Gmail but still i don't have any alternative!
I will give gmx also a try.
And does GMX have feature to host email from our own domain? like google apps?
 
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Best FREE email provider for me is Gmail. I do not like how they peek your email and deliver relevant ads but they have the best feature that free email could provide.

Best paid email provider is a local company. Anyway I always doubt about privacy whether free or paid email. They can see anything in your email account without your permission or acknowledge.
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