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better mailing service then gmail ?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by indiasbull, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. #1
    hi friends,
    i am using gmail from when it launch, before gmail i was using yahoo. i tried more then 100 mailing websites , but m not satisfied with all. i like only gmail 90% and yahoomail 10%.

    yahoo always giving problem. and gmail is god no doubt about that .

    which mailing service provider website you like ?

    u can tell me about their features too.
    SEMrush
     
    indiasbull, Feb 18, 2012 IP
    SEMrush
  2. andrewterrol

    andrewterrol Well-Known Member

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    I have also tried many email providers, and among the best were yandex.com and gmx.com and maybe mail.com (which is owened by GMX from 2011). Yandex.com is very fast, even compared to gmail. I think it is much faster than gmail. Plus, it has a great design and very good spam filter. GMX is also good, but not as fast as yandex. GMX is a german email provider, very popular in Germany which have their services available in english language too, at gmx.com. Yandex is a russian email provider and search engine. Its english version is yandex.com
     
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    imfusa Active Member

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    I am currently using my business e-mail from my websites. I also have gmail and yahoo, but it doesn't compare with outlook, much easier.
     
    imfusa, Feb 19, 2012 IP
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    danasurvey Well-Known Member

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    Have you tried Hot Mail? That's a pretty good e-mail platform.
     
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    RadioBounce Banned

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    Since you like Gmail 90% and Yahoo! 10% you should just combine them into Ghoo! to get 100%.
     
    RadioBounce, Feb 19, 2012 IP
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    tessori Peon

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    Hi.
    I always prefer Google because it is good to use and gives fair results. Main feature is that most of the traffic comes from Google only and if the traffic increased in Google then automatically it will increase in Yahoo and Bing.
     
    tessori, Feb 19, 2012 IP
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    indiasbull Well-Known Member

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    hotmail suxxxxxxxxxx , quit hotmail in year 2003-04.
     
    indiasbull, Feb 19, 2012 IP
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    Shirley1874 Peon

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    There are lots other mail service,such as hotmail.yahoomail and Aolmail and so on.
     
    Shirley1874, Feb 19, 2012 IP
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    josefaryan Member

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    I do always vote for Gmail and then Yahoo and then Hotmail.

    I like the Gmail's features and potential and Yahoo's design and Hotmail Brand :p
     
    josefaryan, Feb 19, 2012 IP
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    morgankikou Peon

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    hotmail avoided spam.. =0
     
    morgankikou, Feb 19, 2012 IP
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    In my company , there are using mail to sell and introduce products to clients, so they need to send up 1000 mail per week, and now yahoo , and gmail can't meet their demand, and could someone tell me an effective mail box to me ? thank you !
     
    lorraine02, Feb 19, 2012 IP
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    siketich91 Peon

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    all most yahoo,gmail, hotmail and other are better but main think is that which are comfortable for you.
    Us people like yahoo and other people gmail so all most all are good but which email service feel you comfortable. use it.
     
    siketich91, Feb 20, 2012 IP
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    sarahk iTamer Staff

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    If you've tried over a hundred and all have been lacking then maybe its time to invest some time or money into a venture to bring your vision for the perfect webmail client into reality.

    What specifically do they lack?
     
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    I cant fault google mail, i use it for work and we also use google docs and calendar so its only a click away, i always have it open in a browser i dont even find a need to link it up to outlook as the new interface is user friendly.
     
    Josh1988, Feb 20, 2012 IP
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    Go in for Hotmail, it is quite good.
     
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    sarahk iTamer Staff

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    Clearly the OP is less impressed than you. Personally the only problem I have with gmail is only having one signature. I need more than one depending on which email address I am working on.

    If he's tried over 100 don't you think Hotmail would be on that list?
     
    sarahk, Feb 20, 2012 IP
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    andrej Notable Member

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    I don't know anything better than Gmail. I'm very satisfied with Gmail, I especially like the Gmail Notifier that I'm using.
     
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    yahoo mail is best services because through it we can send exe files other are not send
     
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    I feel like Gmail is the "least" of all the evils...occasionally it/they (Google) does something that irks me, but even then the other providers can't compete.

    Let us know if you find something better than Gmail xD
     
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    Hotmail, just like most of Microsoft's "live" suite services, is experiencing a renaissance. Here's my set-up: I use Outlook with the Hotmail connector, and also use Outlook with my business email account hosted on my own domain. Then I tell Outlook to use Hotmail to store my data file (under account settings). That way my appointments and Outlook contact are synced with my Hotmail account and available from anywhere. An appointment added to Outlook appears in my Calender on my Windows phone. And that Hotmail online GUI is not bad at all for when you're without your phone or desktop computer.
     
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