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Old 10 Aug 2003, 11:04 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Some more email companies!

I don't want to clop up the message board with too many individual posts - but here are some more email companies;

www.1amail.com - offering pop3 email, forwarding, aliases, auto-responders and virtual email domains.

www.securenym.net - offering secure email built on open software foundations.

www.firstname.com - offering email with your first name - eg. @dansmail.com, @janesmail.com


I will edit the list if I find anymore email companies.
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Old 10 Aug 2003, 11:18 AM   #2
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Some more email companies

www.callsign.net - offers email and forwarding as well as website forwarding.

www.dragoncon.net - offering free email and forwarding

www.netforward.com - offers a paid forwarding solution

www.myaddress.co.uk - offers email at a variety of different domains.

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Old 11 Aug 2003, 03:24 AM   #3
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Cool Wow!

You're really on a roll, aren't you?
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Old 11 Aug 2003, 03:32 AM   #4
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For information, 'firstname' and 'callsign' are not currently accepting new members.
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Old 11 Aug 2003, 07:00 AM   #5
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For information, 'firstname' and 'callsign' are not currently accepting new members.
'Firstname' hasn't accepted new members in a long time. One could try registering with a .us I guess.
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Old 11 Aug 2003, 01:18 PM   #6
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Re: Wow!

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You're really on a roll, aren't you?
Well I think its about time we had an influx of new email providers to try out

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Old 11 Aug 2003, 01:48 PM   #7
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Well, atleast we know the market isn't dying. :-D
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Old 11 Aug 2003, 02:31 PM   #8
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By the way, quite a lot of the ones still accepting signups are listed on the main Emailaddresses.com site
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Old 12 Aug 2003, 03:11 AM   #9
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By the way, quite a lot of the ones still accepting signups are listed on the main Emailaddresses.com site
Does anyone here have an account with "HowlerMonkey". I tried signing up once, but I never received my registered letter.

. . . .

Stormcrow, are you posting services that you have actually have accounts with?
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Old 12 Aug 2003, 10:14 AM   #10
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Stormcrow, are you posting services that you have actually have accounts with?

The way I figure it is, if I bring the services to the forum, people can try them out. Who knows maybe theres another fastmail/runbox out there just waiting to be discovered!

Dan.

Edit: Combined two threads together, so all mail companies are in the same thread.
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Old 12 Aug 2003, 12:11 PM   #11
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Some more email companies;

http://www.ecosse.net/ - Uk based free email/internet. Unlimited 10MB anti-virus and spam protected POP3 and Webmail mailboxes plus a 50MB website are available for all ecosse.net dialup users.


www.terra.es - This is the other half of lycos (terra-lycos) it offers email in quite a few spanish/south american countries. The US version is in Spanish so I can't tell you the exact details of the company. Maybe someone who speaks spanish can tell us more.


http://mail.atlas.cz/login.aspx?LangID=en-US - Offers IMAP/POP3 free email, 15 MB free space and more. Site in CZ, EN and SK.


www.nameplanet.com -
10 Megs Storage
NO MORE Banners or Popups
Write HTML emails using Rich Text
Integrated on-line Calendar
Full featured Spell Checker
Spam Filters
Virus protection
WAP / IMAP / POP

www.email.is/www.ice.is - free email from Iceland.

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Old 12 Aug 2003, 12:26 PM   #12
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Here are a few further email providers;

www.Hootingmail.com - Hooting owl mail offers free email, looks to be web based.

www.Winebuff.com.au - Winebuff email offers email for people who love wine. Australian based it offers accomodation deals, forums etc in addition to its mail services


www.Yourmail.com.au - Offers quite a few different domains to choose from.


http://www.webdesigners.net.au/free_email.php - Webdesigners email. Web designing interactive community. Looks to be australian based.


www.Talk21.com email - I have heard of this company before, but not for quite a while. Looks to be provided by a UK telecommunications company, so I guess it mainly for UK customers.


http://www.mypersonalemail.com/ Offers email which was voted #1 by Information Magazine. I can't find much information about this provider however. It says its solar and wind powered.


http://www.anaustralian.com/ Australian email, looks to be powered by everyone.net - so I guess only standard features. The domain name would appeal to an Australian user.

http://www.onebox.com/ - Offers email, voicemail, fax all in the one account

http://mailme.uk2net.com/ - Offers;
10MB Disk Space
Super Fast Online Webmail
Spam / Virus Protection
Blacklists / Whitelists
Online Web Calendar

http://www.pandamail.net/ - A tool for checking existing pop3 email accounts

www.Coolmail.com - The opposite of hotmail.com? A for fee email company which offers;
filters for blocking spam
filters for sorting messages
name and address book
calendar
to do list
notebook
spell checker
auto-reply messages
external mail access
access via cell phones or pdas


www.javeo.com - Accessible from anywhere, using just a web browser.
Has zero advertising. No pop-ups, no banner ads.
Designed with digital photography in mind.
Is full-featured and very easy to use.
50 Megabytes of storage the most in the industry.
Totally private. We will never give information about you to a 3rd party.


www.Postmaster.co.uk - offers free/paid email. Address Book, Calender, File Storage, SiteBuilder, Forums, Ecards etc.


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Old 12 Aug 2003, 01:04 PM   #13
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http://mail.online.ie/mail/login.php - Email from Ireland.

http://www.emailchoice.com - Some features we offer: Online Diary, Message Boards, Reminder Service...
Get 15mb of free disk space to use for transfering files!

http://www.mailcircuit.com/ - Looks to be mainly geared towards companies planning to offer email, rather then the individual.


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Old 12 Aug 2003, 01:38 PM   #14
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www.yourmail.com.au's page keeps on timing out on me. For Australian readers the domain web.id.au offers email (so you could be jeff@jeffs.web.id.au).

I actually tried to register the domain web.id.au in July 2002 when the new id.au namespace was released. I failed because the domain must bare some relationship to your personal name. I suppose it was only a matter of time before a Webster would be sold the domain. I'm actually a little annoyed about this and reckon that generic names like web, internet, mail etc should be reserved.

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Old 12 Aug 2003, 01:41 PM   #15
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www.yourmail.com.au's page keeps on timing out on me.
Jeff
Jeff,

I had noticed that as well. I thought it may have been my internet connection. I can get to the main page, but not the signup link. Anyway I thought the service was worth a mention cause it does offer heaps of domain names, mostly australian sports team related.

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