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fleamailman

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Ok, I am on yahoo but it seems others better while yet others are worse

http://reviews.digit...om/guide51.html
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FYI, web mail is very competitive and changes fast. That's an old article: "April 12th, 2006". Much of that info is out-of-date.
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too true, anyone got a newer writeup, please link, would appreciate, thanks, sin.,flea
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I didn't think I'd like the idea of web based email at first. I was supicious of the privacy the services would have, and I didn't want Google to hiccup and lose all my mail, either. I've changed my mind about web based mail, thanks to Google and their GMail service.

I like the convenience of being able to log in from any computer handy. I like GMail's storage, conversation grouping, search capability and other extras. I think GMail's spam filtering is better than Postini's (which Google just bought). In a world where we often change ISPs (and thus our email addys), web based mail makes sense.
Just my 2 cents.
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gmail pwns! i love it...and there are some apps that you can get that can basically turn your gmail account into an online hard drive that you can access from anywhere....it's nice (plus...unlimited storage)
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