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Old 9 Mar 2015, 11:17 PM   #16
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Isn't that an ISP though where you need to be a customer of theirs to use the domain?

I'm getting very curious though. An email service from one of tiniest and most isolated countries on earth
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Old 10 Mar 2015, 12:16 AM   #17
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[quote=Tsunami;582416]You mean Yandex?

Email.su was part of another Russian email service provider with several domains to choose from, including email.su.[/QUOTE

yes offcourse I meant Yandex.

no anybody can sign up for free....


http://mail.e1.ru/?utm_source=menu&u...tm_campaign=e1

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Old 10 Mar 2015, 01:08 AM   #18
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Nice one is scryptmail.com.
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Old 11 Mar 2015, 08:04 AM   #19
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Checked this one, seems to be a sign in page only, so I guess only customers of CenPac can have an account. No way to sign up when not a customer of this ISP

Pity as it's probably one of the few Pacific Islands mail services actually run from one of the Pacific islands itself. Many sites (and mails) could use a .nu, .cc, .tv, .fm, etc extention but are run by providers nowhere near the actual islands.
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Old 11 Mar 2015, 08:27 AM   #20
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I tried to get a jubii.dk account but you need a Danish cell phone # to receive the mandatory text registration message. web.de didn't like my non-German ip address.

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Old 23 Mar 2016, 07:29 AM   #21
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Firemail.de, Freeola, OK.de, Overmail.de, Lumail.lu and Scientillion are free options:

http://firemail.de/
http://freeola.com/free-email/
http://overmail.de/
http://www.ok.de/
https://lumail.lu/
https://mail.scientillion.com/mail/

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Old 28 Mar 2016, 07:00 AM   #22
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OK.de and LUmail.lu are neat domains Never heard of these services. Have they been around for a while or are those quite recent initiatives?
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Old 28 Mar 2016, 10:02 AM   #23
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I don't think you can register an ok.de account without an EU mobile number. Lumail and Firemail didn't demand a mobile number though. Overmail's registration page is almost identical to Firemail's, I wonder if they're the same service at the back end. Scientillion doesn't work at all for me, I get "can't connect to storage server" error popups.

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Old 28 Mar 2016, 03:07 PM   #24
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Thanks for gave information. If possible share some more information.
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Old 29 Mar 2016, 12:52 AM   #25
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I do not know about ice.is

to me actualy it looks like a site for small dogs;-)

I can't see anything related to signing up for an email service.

QIP.ru....should be there. Large Russian chat service and news site...with free email.

speedmail.se...allthough many scandinavian Email providers only let you open an account from an IP from their country and with a cellphone number from there.

Qaleido.nl.......is also a free email provider in the Netherlands.

mail.ru anyone??? Pretty awesome imho. Hard to beat.

Disadvantage with most German (free) Email providers is that they always want an address....:-(

I seriously have my doubts about some of those services mentioned in the OP list...I would not use them on a daily basis. Just my 2 cents.

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Old 29 Mar 2016, 12:57 AM   #26
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Firemail.de, Freeola, OK.de, Overmail.de, Lumail.lu and Scientillion are free options:

http://firemail.de/
http://freeola.com/free-email/
http://overmail.de/
http://www.ok.de/
https://lumail.lu/
https://mail.scientillion.com/mail/


https://mail.scientillion.com/mail/

isn't working for me...

I think you only can set up an account at freeola IF you are having internet from them....

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Old 29 Mar 2016, 01:01 AM   #27
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I tried to get a jubii.dk account but you need a Danish cell phone # to receive the mandatory text registration message. web.de didn't like my non-German ip address.
True...WEB.DE only accepts signups from Germany,Austria or Switserland.

Anyway...I would't be too sad about it as web.de kindda su.x.

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Old 29 Mar 2016, 01:31 AM   #28
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speedmail.se...allthough many scandinavian Email providers only let you open an account from an IP from their country and with a cellphone number from there.
All the Danish providers I've tried require SMS verification to a country code 45 (Denmark) cell phone number, and there aren't any free web SMS receiving services that have such numbers. Boo!

I have both a mail.ru and Yandex account but they seem pretty interchangeable.
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Old 30 Mar 2016, 01:23 AM   #29
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I do not know about ice.is

to me actualy it looks like a site for small dogs;-)

I can't see anything related to signing up for an email service.

ice.is and email.is used to be functioning Icelandic email services. I had a free account for a long time at email.is, but it was deleted without explanation and what can only be described as a bribe to restore the account and my data was demanded, with payment going not to the service but to a specific individual. Even now, although no service grid with prices or services is shown, if you go to email.is you will get a screen saying if you want an email account at that domain someone will offer you some sort of "deal." I can tell you that it is likely to cost at least thirty euros a year, an outrageous price. As for ice.is, yes, it seems that the same people now use it as their family chihuahua site -- hardly a recommendation to pay them as email providers!
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Old 31 Mar 2016, 09:57 PM   #30
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I do not know about ice.is

to me actualy it looks like a site for small dogs;-)

Disadvantage with most German (free) Email providers is that they always want an address....:-(
ice.is? Wouldn't want to use that one as it sounds too much like ISIS! xD

I don't understand that with German email servers - what do they want the address for? T-Online and
Tutanota don't ask for an address so it's not like they need that info. The company that runs web.de & gmx.net, 1&1, don't ask for an address if you sign up for a gmx.com account outside Germany (they have servers in the USA too).
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