• Webmail Advice



    Over the years I have used a variety of email accounts from Canoemail, to Fastmail, to Gmail and Yahoo. I even had a hotmail for a while. When I was into blogging and such Gmail was my main mail but I began to hate it due to several incidents and them changing so often that password managers couldn’t keep up. I began to rely on my Gmail more when Fastmail stopped their free service.

    Gmail had it’s uses but I always wanted to find something better and de-google¬† a bit. Recently I have been moving away from Gmail and would like a free spam catcher/flexible email that isn’t a pain to sign into. I have one for “business” use but don’t want it filled with spam or the usual fluff from social media sites.

    Has anyone tried mail.com or Gmx.com or Inbox.lv. Tutonata looks interesting too.

    Let me know what you think.

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    • #2503380

      Here’s a good starting point for you, a direct comparison of many of the webmail providers in use today. The link below from Wikipedia contains a few tables that directly compare several features in each provider side by side.


      That page’s tables, coupled with feedback received here should help you narrow things down in short order.

      I hope this helps!

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    • #2506046

      I have used mail.com for years, you have a lot of options as to what the mail is USA.com or just look around. You will see what I mean it isn’t hard to adjust to its style of operation, and it doesn’t change things around needlessly. Check it out.

      • #2506187

        Tom, as it’s your first post, how about doing some leg (finger) work for us?

        Do you use the free or paid version?
        What are the ads like in the free version?
        Any restrictions in the free version?

        cheers, Paul

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