Independant email providers?

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Independant email providers?

Post by newsposter » Wed Jan 13, 2010 1:36 am

Ok, deliberately ignoring local & national ISPs as well as AOL, live/hotmail, gmail, ymail/yahoo, etc.......

What email providers are people using?

I'm looking for a provider with:

pop3/imap/smtp & web access
ssl & optional encryption
short, sweet, no-nonsense privacy policy

recommendations and thanks!

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Post by armond » Wed Jan 13, 2010 2:04 pm

I don't know about ssl & optional encryption, but check out:

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Post by roirraWedorehT » Thu Jan 14, 2010 3:17 am

I wasn't looking for a new email provider, but that service looks interesting. I'll definitely add it to my list to keep in mind in case I do want/need yet another alternative email address. Thanks, armond!
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Post by newsposter » Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:06 pm

Ok, I finally settled on using

a) their free mail-only service has sufficient 'features' for my needs including pop and imap.
b) upgrade to premium services is reasonably cheap including web space and hosted domains.
c) no penalty for parking email addresses there pending a deliberate move on my part in a few months.
d) they had all of my *** email addresses available so it will look as though I'm just changing providers and don't have to confuse anyone with a change of my email 'name'.

Has anyone had the guts to check out the new Iranian .ir email service now that gmail has been wholly blocked there?

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