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Electronic Mail

Free E-Mail Providers

SUMMARY: Websites that list where you can get even more free electronic e-mail Inboxes.

Looking for another free e-mail account? You may know about the most popular services such as Gmail from Google, Hotmail, and Yahoo! Mail.

However, if you need more addresses, desire variety, or are concerned about privacy practices, the following web sites contain lists of providers of free electronic mail. Some providers are web-based, others support POP3. Some allow large attachments, and a few even let you store seemingly unlimited amounts of e-mail on their servers for free. Remember that you get what you pay for - services can go up and down on a moment's notice, but hey, it's free e-mail!

This list is for informational purposes only. No provider or site listed can be seen as recommendation of such site/service.



* About.Com : Top 19 Free Email Services

* Wikipedia - Comparison of webmail providers

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