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    homje9897
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    web-based e-mail proividers

    I am doing research. The web is large. So if you can let me know of companies that provide this service. I am looking in to what kind of fee they charge. based on the number of people who need this service.

    0-100 --$?
    101-999--$?
    1000-5000--$?
    over 10,000--$?

    What are the least expensive services to use? What are the most expensive?

    I would like to have the service accessible through my web page.

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    I will accept any web pages urls to any f***ing company. I see that there were some excellent suggestions for domain names...I hope the same will happen for this post. e-mail providers.

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    What are the least expensive services to use?
    Free ones

    e.g. ****you.co.uk

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    Wow - what are you talking about??? Explain yourself a little more and someone may help you.

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    Hi, ok if you go to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] you can find a full list of FREE email accounts around the world. On the front page of this site there is [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] which is a FREE no advertising web based and POP3 based email account and also a FREE UK connection, no monthly subscription.

    And yes i own [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    are you talking of accounts which have pop3/smtp? or are you talking web only accounts?

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    OK i think i know what you are talking about, you want to set up your own FREE email account through your web site and you want to know how much this will cost you per email client and the set up cost.

    So if you use [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] which companys like [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] use then free advertising-supported e-mail program is currently unavailable for new co-branded domain name accounts. But you can apply for the "Special Delivery" paid service, available at a introductory rate of $9.99 per month for a total of up to 99 active mailboxes.

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    If you go to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] you find a list of servers that offer this application.

    There is a FREE email service setup for your web site at [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] but you have to display banners Also only sites with current traffic and top-level domains (i.e., [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]) will be accepted, also not good if you are starting a FREE email service.

    Now you can also try [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] for FREE web based email, but again whatever name you use like digital-forums would be [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], you have the i-p.com at the end, now if you can live with this, then good use this service as it is FREE and gives you 5mb of space per email user.

    Hope this makes sense to you


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