Aol/Gmail/Hotmail — All Depends
- I mostly use Aol, just because It is very easy to use (In my opinion). I use Gmail because a lot of people know of Google already, therefore they feel a sense of reassurance when I give them my email. I use Hotmail on occasion just because I feel that it looks more professional in some cases. Granted I have experienced glitches from Aol, Gmail, and Hotmail, but it doesn't change my outlook on them, especially since I later found out that it was my computer's fault.
- —Guest Depends
Gmail, But Can't Sign in
- It's a fight, struggle and round about to finally get into my Gmail account; [it] is getting to be too much.
- —Guest Sue
- jMsMail.net is great! I get, like, no spam and the admin answers all the time.
- —Guest rss3781
Gmail until today
- I found this while researching a replacement for Gmail, which has, today, for the 3rd time in 3 months, dropped all of my inbox into the trash.
- —Guest Donald.D52
- Signed up for AOL on Sunday and was locked out by Monday afternoon. By Wednesday, I still have no response from AOL and no e-mail access.
- —Guest AE
- [Gmail] keeps me going all the time, and it's easy to use. Anybody will love to use Gmail.
- —Guest lujakwatsha
- I would love to use Gmail 'cause my friends told me about it. They say it's very easy to use it, so I want to give it a try.
- —Guest luja
Hotmail all the way!
- Compared to Yahoo, spam is no problem for me on Hotmail. My husband uses Gmail and loves it, but for me it is rather confusing. I was a Yahoo user for more than 8 years but upon switching to Hotmail I was more than satisfied. FYI - Firefox and Chrome rule!
- —Guest faciowiz
Gmail : No Phone Necessary!
- You do NOT *NEED* a mobile phone/to provide *ANY* phone number to get a G-Mail account. I have used G-Mail since it was still a BETA, and have always been very happy with them. I was invited by a friend, who was invited by a friend, so on and so forth. If you *WANT* G-Mail, and know someone with an account you can ask them to send you an invite. After all, they give each account FIFTY INVITES! Despite their reliability, I also *loathe* their Big Brother-behavior… So, I'm looking for another option.
- —Guest Lillith O.
- locks me out ALL the time… DONT GET IT. It is really aggravating… it took me like 4 weeks to register. So far, I'm looking for a good 1. So far, it's gmail (which sucks) Well, hope some1 comes out with a good 1.
- —Guest fetz
- Yahoo has been having problems for several months. Today was the end of it for me as I have not been able to get my emails all day.
- —Guest Jcal
- Download Chrome, and Gmail flies — unbelievably fast.
- —Guest Hola
- AOL Mail is great because you can im people, and you can have a video conference with im.
- —Guest will
Inbox.com, killed by SPAM
- Inbox.com was a good escape from Yahoo. It had a good interface and the related spyware and antivirus software works well. Note that the toolbar is optional. I thought I could escape from spam here, and for a while I did, but after one website offer, it just poured in. I keep blocking addresses but I still get up to 25 spam mails per day, so goodbye Inbox.com, it was fun while it lasted.
- —Guest YouIfYouTryInbox
Gmail very difficult.
- Besides the fact that the Gmail message display is confusing… you cannot block contacts of any kind.
- —Guest Topadptor