HOT LIST OF 100 FREE EMAIL SERVICE PROVIDERS

  • AEmail4u.com – 25 MB, virus protection
  • BoarderMail claims to have unlimited storage, part of mailbox.com
  • Canada.com – 3 MB, must log in every 45 days. There’s a tiny little email link near the top right corner of the main page
  • Caramail – 10 MB. French Lycos
  • Care2.com100 MB. 10MB message size. Support environmental concerns
  • Catholic Online – 50 MB – when signing up they ask how often you attend Mass
  • CentralPets – 4 MB
  • Computermail – 6 MB
  • DC Email – 6 MB, must log in every month
  • DoraMail – must log in every 60 days. FAQs Page is unreadable garble.
  • Ecology Fund – 25 MB
  • E-Mail Anywhere – 5 MB
  • EasyPeasy – 6 MB
  • Eboxmail.net – 5 MB
  • Email.com – 10 MB, need to log on every 60 days or everything will be deleted. Same site as www.mail.com – access from http://www.mail.com
  • EmailAccount – 6 MB
  • EmailAccounts4Free – Part of Big Mail Box group
  • EmailChoice – 5 MB. Part of ClubSurf.com
  • Emailyou – 25 MB storage, uses pop-up ads
  • EmailX.net – 7 MB
  • Eudora Web Mail – 4 MB. Must log in every 6 months
  • Everyone.net. No way of contacting real live help unless you pay for it
  • Execs2K – 10 MB, available in 9 languages, including Arabic and Chinese
  • FastMail – 10 MB. Must log in every 45 days
  • FasterMail – 10 MB, deactivates account if you don’t log in for 60 days – all your messages are deleted.
  • FirstName.com – 10 MB or 1,000 messages; domains of type firstname.com; have to check in every 90 days
  • FlashMail – 5 MB, complicated sign-up, confusing mailbox
  • Fresno Mail – 3 MB
  • Garfield25 MN, addy of form @e-garfield.com ; have to be 13 or older, have to check in every 30 days
  • Gawab – 15 MB, English or Arabic
  • Glay.org can send to a max. of 25 addresses per message, or 100 addresses per day
  • GMail by Google1,000 MB of free email storage – check in every 9 months to keep the box active. Does not use folders for storage, but a system of labeling messages.
  • GMX – 10MB. German Site. Messages deleted after 30 days
  • Go.com – 4 MB, must log in every 90 days
  • Go2Now – 6 MB. appears to be a fairly stable site.
  • GotGeekMail – 6 MB
  • Graffiti.net – 10 MB – deactivates account after 60 days inactivity
  • Hello Kitty – 10 MB. Must log in every 60 days to keep account active. Access at http://www.sanriotown.com
  • HotMail – 25 MB, expanding to 250 MB. Virus check. Deletes everything if you don’t check in for 30 days.
  • HushMail – 2MB. Deletes inactive accounts
  • InBox.com – 5 GB, makes you install their toolbar on your screen
  • JoinMe – part of Mail.com, various languages, claims to have unlimited storage
  • JoyMail – 3 MB. English and Asian languages
  • JungleMate – 3 MB
  • Killer – 6 MB
  • KittyMail – 10 MB. Completely deletes inactive accounts – and does not say how long a period counts as inactivity.
  • KuKaMail – 5 MB. Must log in every 3 months or the acount will be deleted.
  • Lycos.com – 6 MB, deletes maill if you don’t log in for 90 days.
  • Mail.com – 10 MB. Must log in every 60 days
  • Mail2World250 MB. – but Inactive accounts blocked after 30 days. Has a translation feature for foreign-language emails.
  • MailCity – 5 MB, Maximum of 25 recipients per email message. Inactive accounts – after 90 days all email messages will be deleted. Part of the Lycos group
  • Maktoob1,000MB, 50 MB Message size, Arabic and English, have to check in every month. You can access your Yahoo or Hotmail email boxes from inside the Maktoob email box
  • MeowMail – 6 MB. Amusing Cat themes. Click on the “No, I don’t love my Cat” line and see what happens ! Part of Everyone.net : No way of contacting real live help unless you pay for it.
  • MyOwnEmail – 6kb – that’s right – kb, not MB. Lots of domain names, but what’s that worth without storage capacity ?
  • MyPersonalEmail – 5 MB ?? They do not answer my email messages for information
  • MyPlace – Lots of domains. no POP3. Must check in every month to keep it active. Also gives a free Web Page
  • MyRealBox – 10 MB. claims to have no advertising. Maximum of 15 recipients per email message. Must sign up from a paid email account – but when I tried, they never sent my password to me.
  • MyWay – 125 MB Must check in every 60 days or it will be deactivated – “No banners, no pop-ups, no kidding”
  • Netscape Mail – 5 MB – appears to be part of Aol organization.
  • NoPeddlers.com claims to be spam-free
  • NZ11.com – part of BigMailBox system – you have to agree to accept all sorts of spam.
  • OperaMail – 3 MB
  • OutGun – 5 MB – slow site
  • ParsMail – 5 MB
  • Rediff Mail 5 MB, English and Asian languages
  • SiteWarp – 6 MB ?, completely deletes inactive accounts
  • Snowboard – 5 MB, Swiss site, in German, but easy to use
  • Surfy.net – FAQ help page has dark blue background with blue or black text – very difficult to read. There seems to be no way of contacting real live help. Onr can send a message to a total of 25 addresses, and can send to a total of 100 addresses per day.
  • SwissMail – 25 MB, log in every 30 days. Popups
  • UltimateEmail – 25 MB, log in every 30 days
  • Unlimited Mail – lets you have up to 10 email accounts, said to be up to 64 MB each. Some of the site is in Spanish – including the FAQs
  • Yahoo100 MB. Virus check. Address filtering and blocking. Spam folder. Very stable site, but is occasionally targeted by malicious hackers

Related External Links


Loading...
Related Video
This entry was posted in Network, Scan and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>