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Yahoo! vs GMail


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Matt L

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GMail obviously has the most space, but I'm having problems deciding which I should use.
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It's no contest. Gmail is WAY better than Yahoo. With Yahoo you have to pay extra for POP3 support and message forwarding, but with Gmail's those things are free. Not to mention the ability to IM your contacts straight from within Gmail, and skins to customize its look. Among several other things. I've used both extensively, and trust me when I say Gmail is better.
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Thanks.
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i use Gmail and love it. Everything is good for me except for the fact you can't send or recieve .exe attachments. but I completely understand why...

*Steamhead adds a tick for Gmail
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I've been using Gmail since the Beta version first came out & LOVE it - I keep my yahoo & hotmail accounts for signing up for things/gamesites then go in monthly & delete the junk mail received... :whistling:

Edited by solshne, 31 July 2006 - 01:17 PM.

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I went to the Gmail site and cant find where it sign up. :whistling:
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pm me your email address and i will send you an invitation
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GMail is a much better choice for functionality, but if you need further convincing, compare Yahoo's and Google's privacy policies.
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