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Free email providers

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Here's the gist, I'm sick of yahoo, msn/hotmail, gmail. And want an alternate provider for mail services (if there are any) I remember hackerspaces do some sort of mail provisions, but they require you to pay or something.

So which do _YOU_ know about?

I'm starting with

www.hackermail.com

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I don't have any links, but I did used to use one long ago. I avoid the "little guys" now because that one disappeared and I lost my email address. Just be aware that any of the addresses you get from these little operations might be temporary.

Also, your ISP gives you an address. Don't forget about that one :P

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Do you want one for long term use or just a quick one???

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Fortunately, I'm not a subscriber to an ISP. Thus, I don't have an ISP generated email address. I wouldn't particularly mind one, but its not centric to my requirements.

biosphear, I don't really mind/care.

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mail.lycos.com has no limit on the size of attachments. I think gmail, yahoo, etc. have a 20mb limit. Edited by decoder
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Is there a website that offers free domains? I'd just rather have my own private email server.

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Is there a website that offers free domains? I'd just rather have my own private email server.

no-ip.org

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Is there a website that offers free domains? I'd just rather have my own private email server.

no-ip.org

Cool, thanks. This could be useful.

Edited by R4p1d
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Here is one

15 Minute Email

It is a temporary email. Good for checking things out, or signing up for blogs, ect.

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Here's one I have used and had success with:

http://www.fastmail.fm/

One nice feature is they offer IMAP support, although you will need your own SMTP server for the free version (unless you use the webmail interface).

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