Online Web Email Services

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  1. wizer's Avatar

    wizer said:

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    I'm looking for a web mail service like hotmail only better. I currently use a few different domain names but have to have all the email routed to my hotmail account. This is because I cannot get around the pop3 server restrictions at work. This is also convenient if I want to log in from anywhere in the world. What I need is a pop3 service on the web that acts like Outlook. Hotmail is ok but I want to be able to have different display names and folders/templates etc. I don't mind paying if the service is good.

    Anyone know of such a service?

    Cheers
     
  2. RudeYute's Avatar

    RudeYute said:

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    Hi,

    I use [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] atm. Although I'm buying some Domain names soon, so will be using them soon.

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  3. wizer's Avatar

    wizer said:

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    Do they do web based emailing tho?

    I'm looking for a system very much like hotmail but where I can change display names, use templates, etc all online through a web browser. It'd be very kool to have an instant messenger type thing aswell. I'm not sure there's going to be anywhere that does it.
     
  4. GETanner's Avatar

    GETanner said:

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    Try mail.com

    They may suit you though pop3 access is chargable.

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  5. RudeYute's Avatar

    RudeYute said:

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    Hi,

    Totalise has web based mail system at [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    POP3 and SMTP work fine too - that's what I prefer. They give you either 50mb or 100mb space (can't remember which one), and allow attachements 3 x 10mb each to be sent within any email.

    Regards
     
  6. God is a DJ's Avatar

    God is a DJ said:

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    try:

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    DJ
     
  7. ABCMan's Avatar

    ABCMan said:

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    or [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
     
  8. wizer's Avatar

    wizer said:

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    lol thanks guys. i'll take a look at them later
     
  9. wizer's Avatar

    wizer said:

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    Had a look through them but non have the things I need most. Namely Templates and ability to change display name.

    So next question is.. Is there anyway of logging 2 hotmail accounts into msn messenger? or having 2 instances of msn running at once?
     
  10. scaira's Avatar

    scaira said:

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    I think [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] has some utils so you can sign in with 2 messenger names......
     
  11. wizer's Avatar

    wizer said:

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    thanks scaira thats the best solution for the moment

     
  12. bugnote's Avatar

    bugnote said:

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    i still use my yahoo account..........never have any probs and if you keep your location as us you get .com instead of .co.uk

    Bug
     
  13. Gay Gordon's Avatar

    Gay Gordon said:

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    wizer, I hear you're a big butch badboy, why not try [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    You can force your parcel into my slot anyday, handsome
     
  14. God is a DJ's Avatar

    God is a DJ said:

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    lol


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