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All Free Mail Information

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AOL MAIL

America Online or better known as AOL, once was the king of all the internet, however that was years ago.

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Free mail forwarding services

Bigfoot DOMAINS: @bigfoot.com Bigfoot allows you to forward emails to an existing account. The free service has a limit of 50 forwarded messages per day, and 3MB per message. BigFoot…

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Free IMAP email services

SAFe-mail DOMAINS: safe-mail.net SUPPORTS: IMAP POP3 SMTP WEB SAFe-mail offers a free email service with 3MB of storage space and powerful encryption that can be used to send highly secure…

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Free POP3 email services

Bluebottle DOMAINS: bluebottle.com SUPPORTS: POP3 SMTP WEB Free spam-protected email with 250MB of storage, POP3 and web-based access and outgoing SMTP. One key feature of Bluebottle which makes it stand…

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Free web based email services

Bluebottle @bluebottle.com Free spam-protected email with 250MB of storage, webmail, POP3/IMAP access and outgoing SMTP. Bluebottle can be used to consolidate and spam-protect up to 3 external email accounts (including…

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Zoho Mail

Zoho makes a complete suite of online productivity tools, including a spreadsheet, a Wiki service, and more. Zoho Mail is their free email offering, and it looks quite spiffy. 

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Hushmail

Hushmail is a bit more of an esoteric service. Their main claim to fame is that fact they provide “private, secure” free email accounts. Why the quote marks, you ask?…

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Yandex Mail

Yandex is primarily known as the leading search engine in Russia (where it’s more popular than Google), but it also operates a free webmail service, Yandex Mail. While the service’s…

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Mail.com

If you feel that your email domain name is the most important part of the address, you should definitely check out Mail.com. Its default domain name (@mail.com) is cool enough,…

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Outlook.com

Microsoft’s webmail offering underwent a somewhat similar cycle to its Web browser: Like Internet Explorer, Hotmail used to be a dominant force in webmail. Then Gmail came along, and Hotmail…