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Best Email Service ?

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by bhavdeepsingh, Oct 12, 2013.

  1. bhavdeepsingh

    bhavdeepsingh New Member

    I need to have some email accounts rather than Gmail or Ymail as m bored with gmail and ymail email providers. Please tell me, Are there any email provider that provides the Best Email Service ?
     
  2. Trel

    Trel Zen NLC

    Buy a domain name and setup your email under your own domain name if you aren't happy with the free providers.
     
  3. fsd

    fsd Active Member

    Live.com is the other big one (microsoft/ outlook), they aren't bad.
     
  4. Seraphim

    Seraphim Active Member

    The best email provider is to just do it yourself. If you already have at least a VPS and a domain name, this is a piece of cake to configure and well-documented online for several popular software options.
     
  5. HostingTool

    HostingTool New Member

    Not really sure how you can get bored of an email account, I use gmail and have for years, no problems so no need to change.
     
  6. Bailey

    Bailey New Member

    if you are asking about the best free email service then it has to be gmail. I am pretty sure that gmail will be the first choice of the majority of people who are looking to use a free email service.
     
  7. Richard

    Richard CRM Consultant Premium Member

    Office 365. Its not free, but it certainly is the best!
    The new update makes the web client look and act like the desktop client, truly a wonderful product!
     
  8. Dynash

    Dynash It gets better. NLC

    How can you get bored of an email? Why not stick to your GMail or whatever and use IMAP in a desktop client?
     
  9. WbmasterCall

    WbmasterCall New Member

    Well gmail and 365 but i would say 365 because gmail is doing bad.
     
  10. Dean26

    Dean26 Member

    Why gmail is doing bad?
     
  11. CanSpace-Tom

    CanSpace-Tom New Member

    Just have your emails send to an email client like mozilla thunderbird. Pretty easy to set up in gmail or hotmail. After you've set it up you don't have to look in gmail or hotmail anymore.
     
  12. RH-Calvin

    RH-Calvin Member

    I find Gmail to be much more comfortable.
     
  13. Saul1

    Saul1 New Member

    Well, if you want other than gmail or yahoo i would recommend Hotmail, sfs.com or blumail. I hope you find it better,...
     
  14. King-Servers

    King-Servers New Member

    You can sign up for an email account with a hosting company for email service.
     
  15. eSupun

    eSupun New Member

    I love GMail and never had problems with it. Google Apps worked well on me too.
     
  16. KingServers01

    KingServers01 Member

    I would recommend you to setup a email account with your registered hosting company. They provide you with best email and quality email service. You can also contact them if you are facing any issues with your email services.
     
  17. Nick_Daley

    Nick_Daley New Member

    If you do not want to use free email services provided by Google or Yahoo, then it would be better if you sign up for any basic shared hosting plan with web hosting company.
     
  18. dandeedo

    dandeedo New Member

    No doubt Gmail is the best. But I sometimes love to use Yandex. May be you can try their services too.
     
  19. FileStorage.at

    FileStorage.at New Member

    It's not free, but runbox.com is what I've been using for the past year or so. I used a special promotion and got the mini plan 2 years for $35 and use my domain name. I used to use Google for everything, but recently decided to go more privacy oriented. The service is hosted offshore in Norway, so it's not subject to USA wiretapping and the like.
     
  20. alias2002

    alias2002 Member

    You can try for Live/outlook I think it's better.
     

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