- Love this it's been myn for years I apslootley love Gmail!
- —Guest Oliver
Yahoo no more!
- I try to check my mail, and it says I need to put in my phone number to receive a verification code… no problem, right? WRONG. It won't accept my number, so, ok, I use my husband's—nope! Won't except that either!
- —Guest xkcmklvkl
- I have left hotmail for a service that I saw in one of the reviews here and I am glad that I did. Upon registration it is not required to put your real information. I did not need a second email address and right on the home page of the site they state that your info is your own well you can see for your self. I did have a slight issue logging the first and contacted the customer support they let me know the first you log in you to put @superheromail.com after my user name the response was quick. I recommend them also see their email features page that helped me with the extra features. superheromail.com if they get big, I hope they continue to really keep our info private since that is the most important to me
- —Guest old timer
I don't think yahoo has better security
- I don't think Yahoo has better security because my mom got hacked 3 times with Yahoo and yes, she dose change her password a lot. With Gmail I have never got hack and I have never changed my password.
- —Guest bron4152
Use the Lesser Known Services
- I've conducted some experiments on a few of the popular emails. Here's my conclusion. Gmail is bad because they are notorious for spying on users. Yahoo is garbage because most emails are sent into the spam folder even though they aren't spam. Hotmail is crap too because they keep asking you to fill in captchas, and that is very annoying. So, in conclusion, i recommend you to use the lesser known services such as Mail.com, FastMail, Hushmail, Aol, etc. Yes, they will all spy on you. You just have to take your chances.
- —Guest demco
Tired of Hotmail
- I had a month of no problems now it keeps telling me that someone is using my account. Now I have to confirm my account to get in. There is no tech service.
- —Guest Ed Yatta
- I tried Gmail because so many others like it, but I found the fact that I couldn't sort my mail to be a big negative. I want to sort and then delete in bulk. I went back to Yahoo. Yahoo has never let me down. It lets me sort my emails and is great at filtering out spam.
- —Guest subduedjoy
Gmail is the one!
- Because it has so [much] integration with other Google products.
- —Guest Paul
- Hotmail was my first email provider, but I found the interface rather messy and too many adverts. Gmail has an intuitive and clean interface.
- —Guest qwertie
Yahoo is my choice!
- I have had a Yahoo acc. since 96, In 2000 I switched to Yahoo plus - and now, twelve years later I have still not experienced any losses, troubles, annoying features etc. As for spam or junk mail : Yahoo neatly puts these aside. Live and Hotmail are complicated, stressing and insecure.
- I have used only Hotmail since I began using e-mail. Now they inform me that I must give them more personal info and an alternative e-mail address. If I need another address, then I no longer need Hotmail. Also, I believe that the additional info does nothing to add to security. To the contrary, it seems to add to the danger. Good-bye, Hotmail!
- —Guest Noel Harris
Yandex email service
- You didn't mention Yandex email service (www.yandex.ru).
- —Guest Nobeja
- It is a free email service base on Zimbra. You can have not only an email with a Zimbra web client but you can download email by IMAP, POP and you can manage you Address book and Calendar within the same interface.
- —Guest mdevis
- It is a reliable service that allows me to send out messages and receive them. It has been a good service for me since I was in high school. My friends and family use it also.
- The filters are easy to use, and the latest version of their iPhone app actually works with multiple addresses.
- —Guest Steve M