Saturday, 8 November 2014

list of 100 free email services


AEmail4u.com - 25 MB, virus protection
 BoarderMail claims to have unlimited storage, part of mailbox.com

Canada.com - 3 MB, must log in every 45 days. There's a tiny little email link near the top right corner ofthe 
Caramail - 10 MB. French Lycos
Care2.com - 100 MB. 10MB message size. Support environmental concerns Catholic Online - 50 MB - when signing up they ask how often you attend Mass CentralPets - 4 MB
Computermail - 6 MB
DC Email - 6 MB, must log in every month
DoraMail - must log in every 60 days. FAQs Page is unreadable garble. Ecology Fund - 25 MB
E-Mail Anywhere - 5 MB
EasyPeasy - 6 MB Eboxmail.net - 5 MB
Email.com - 10 MB, need to log on every 60 days or everything will be deleted. Same site as  www.mail.com - access from http://www.mail.com
EmailAccount - 6 MB
EmailAccounts4Free - Part of Big Mail Box group EmailChoice - 5 MB. Part of ClubSurf.com Emailyou - 25 MB storage, uses pop-up ads EmailX.net - 7 MB
Eudora Web Mail - 4 MB. Must log in every 6 months
Everyone.net. No way of contacting real live help unless you pay for it Execs2K - 10 MB, available in 9 languages, including Arabic and Chinese FastMail - 10 MB. Must log in every 45 days
FasterMail - 10 MB, deactivates account if you don't log in for 60 days - all your messages are deleted.
FirstName.com - 10 MB or 1,000 messages; domains of type firstname.com; have to check in every 90 days
FlashMail - 5 MB, complicated sign-up, confusing mailbox
Fresno Mail - 3 MB
Garfield - 25 MN, addy of form @e-garfield.com ; have to be 13 or older, have to check in every 30 days
Gawab - 15 MB, English or Arabic
Glay.org can send to a max. of 25 addresses per message, or 100 addresses per day GMail by Google - 1,000 MB of free email storage - check in every 9 months to keep the box active. Does not use folders for storage, but a system of labeling messages. GMX - 10MB. German Site. Messages deleted after 30 days
Go.com - 4 MB, must log in every 90 days Go2Now - 6 MB. appears to be a fairly stable site. GotGeekMail - 6 MB
Graffiti.net - 10 MB - deactivates account after 60 days inactivity
Hello Kitty - 10 MB. Must log in every 60 days to keep account active. Access at http://www.sanriotown.com
HotMail - 25 MB, expanding to 250 MB. Virus check. Deletes everything if you don't check in for 30 days.
HushMail - 2MB. Deletes inactive accounts
InBox.com - 5 GB, makes you install their toolbar on your screen
JoinMe - part of Mail.com, various languages, claims to have unlimited storage
JoyMail - 3 MB. English and Asian languages
JungleMate - 3 MB Killer - 6 MB
KittyMail - 10 MB. Completely deletes inactive accounts - and does not say how long a period counts as inactivity.
KuKaMail - 5 MB. Must log in every 3 months or the acount will be deleted.
Lycos.com - 6 MB, deletes maill if you don't log in for 90 days. Mail.com - 10 MB. Must log in every 60 days
Mail2World - 250 MB. - but Inactive accounts blocked after 30 days. Has a translation feature for foreign-language emails.
MailCity - 5 MB, Maximum of 25 recipients per email message. Inactive accounts - after
90 days all email messages will be deleted. Part of the Lycos group
Maktoob - 1,000MB, 50 MB Message size, Arabic and English, have to check in every month. You can access your Yahoo or Hotmail email boxes from inside the Maktoob email box
MeowMail - 6 MB. Amusing Cat themes. Click on the "No, I don't love my Cat" line and see what happens ! Part of Everyone.net : No way of contacting real live help unless you pay for it.
MyOwnEmail - 6kb - that's right - kb, not MB. Lots of domain names, but what's that
worth without storage capacity ?
MyPersonalEmail - 5 MB ?? They do not answer my email messages for information MyPlace - Lots of domains. no POP3. Must check in every month to keep it active. Also gives a free Web Page
MyRealBox - 10 MB. claims to have no advertising. Maximum of 15 recipients per email 
message. Must sign up from a paid email account - but when I tried, they never sent my password to me.
MyWay - 125 MB Must check in every 60 days or it will be deactivated - "No banners, no pop-ups, no kidding"
Netscape Mail - 5 MB - appears to be part of Aol organization. NoPeddlers.com claims to be spam-free
NZ11.com - part of BigMailBox system - you have to agree to accept all sorts of spam. OperaMail - 3 MB
OutGun - 5 MB - slow site
ParsMail - 5 MB
Rediff Mail 5 MB, English and Asian languages
SiteWarp - 6 MB ?, completely deletes inactive accounts
Snowboard - 5 MB, Swiss site, in German, but easy to use
Surfy.net - FAQ help page has dark blue background with blue or black text - very difficult to read. There seems to be no way of contacting real live help. Onr can send a message to a total of 25 addresses, and can send to a total of 100 addresses per day. SwissMail - 25 MB, log in every 30 days. Popups
UltimateEmail - 25 MB, log in every 30 days
Unlimited Mail - lets you have up to 10 email accounts, said to be up to 64 MB each. Some of the site is in Spanish - including the FAQs
Yahoo - 100 MB. Virus check. Address filtering and blocking. Spam folder. Very stable site, but is occasionally targeted by malicious hackers

1 comment:

  1. A smallish campaign with a homemade list would not be likely to yield much of a result. To achieve anything worthwhile, a much more aggressive effort is needed. Then, the age-old value analysis applies: projected earnings = margin on total projected sales - cost of campaign.

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