The Bottom Line
Zapak Mail is no longer available.
- Zapak Mail can be accessed via a rich web interface and in any email program using POP
- Unlimited online storage lets you keep all your mail
- At least one of Zapak Mail's web interfaces offers some stationery
- Zapak Mail inserts ads in outgoing mail
- You cannot access Zapak Mail using IMAP
- Next to search and folders, Zapak Mail offers little to organize mail
- Zapak Mail offers free email accounts with unlimited online storage.
- You can organize mail in folders and use global search to find what you are looking for.
- In outgoing mail, Zapak Mail lets you choose from some pre-set and color-rich stationery.
- A potent (though a tad overeager) spam filter keeps junk mail out of your Zapak Mail inbox.
- POP access lets you download mail from a Zapak Mail account into many a desktop email program.
Guide Review - Zapak Mail - Free Email Service
Zapak Mail lets you read and send mail, and you can store it in folders, too. The spam filter caught the junk mail's majority in my tests, but unfortunately a good deal of good mail as well. Possibly, using the "Not a Spam" and "Mark As Spam" buttons improves accuracy.
In one of Zapak Mail's interfaces — there are several catering to different browsers and needs — you can assign simple stationery to emails you compose. You cannot, however, save templates yourself. Zapak Mail also does not help much with organizing mail: you'll be looking for labels, flags, threads and search folders in vain, and simple email search did not turn up any results for me.
If you prefer a desktop email program — such as Outlook or Mozilla Thunderbird — to a web interface, Zapak Mail offers simple POP access. The more flexible IMAP is not available, though.