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In Your Opinion, What is the Best Email Provider?


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I was thinking of changing my email, It's currently a Gmail account, and it's OK. Just post your thoughts!

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I myself use Gmail and I like it because all my emails are saved away from my system just in case something was to happen.
I don't use Outlook or Thunderbird from Mozilla anymore.
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I also use GMail. Meets all my requirements - a huge space and almost zero spam in my mailbox.

What exactly are your requirements?
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Being here as a moderator I receive hundreds of email notifications a day on topics I am assisting with.
Count in all the tech news I keep up on, Facebook that keeps me in touch with family and friends and just general emails I probably get 200 to 250 emails a day. Every morning I spend a hour just going through my emails like I am doing now.
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Yeah, I like Gmail for pretty much the same reasons, also. So, I guess nothing better is currently out there?
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Better will be determined by your needs and in all honesty which client you have used in the past and feel comfortable with.
I use to use Outlook for everything but changed to gmail almost 3 years ago and have not looked back.
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