I like Yahoo the best
- I like Yahoo the best and Windows Live Hotmail the 2nd best!
- —Guest STICx
Gmail every time
- Gmail every time. Great capacity-understood by the rest of the world—superb back-up facilities.
- —Guest seksualne
- I like Gmail because it comes with a big inbox. Gmail also leaves no adds in your mail, like some other providers. I love Google products.
- —Guest Taylor C.
GMX is best
- GMX is best. Gmail has blocked email access to phones other than its own. Wonder why Gmail?
- —Guest Anon
- For me the best, you have absolutely everything, it's fast and exact, and you can make your very own, individual address, just like mine for example.
- —Guest NewGuest
Tried Hotmail — Sticking with Gmail
- I made the mistake of signing up for Hotmail, I figured I would try it. I set up my account but being busy, didn't log back into it for a couple weeks… I log into this new email that I HAD NOT USED OR SHARED WITH ONE SINGLE SOLITARY PERSON and I had over 200 SPAM messages! Seriously, I did not use it to sign into anything, the only time I used it was when I set up the account. As far as Microsoft's concerned, they can go ---- themselves as I'm sticking with my old Gmail.
- —Guest Bill
Gmail is the best
- I think Gmail is the best, and second should be Yahoo!!!!!!!!
- —Guest Kesha
- Bigstring was an awesome e-mail until they sent my mom a e-mail saying she needed to stop sending me stupid e-mails. And also depending on your computer you may not even be able to compose (write/respond) to a person's email.
- —Guest Maci-Jane
Going to RoadRunner
- I had yahoo for years, with the recent yahoo mail viruses I exported everything to my gmail account. GMAIL IS NOT good for a personal inbox. No folders. No folders. No folders. I store lots of project information in emails, and I need to be able to sort (gmail doesn't do that either). So I'm going with my trusty local cable company's email.
- —Guest talynn1025
Switching from Gmail
- I am terribly concerned about Google's ploy with "Buzz" and posting personal details through that via Gmail. How far Google subterfuge goes is hard to say, but they are the boss, right? No input from users will delay their thirst for private info from Google users, whether the search engine or the mail engine. They are DANGEROUS. I just recently opened up a Hushmail account... yes, it is a couple of steps to get into it but they haven't an interest in displaying private information to the world. I have never seen any e-mail site access as secure as that the Hushmail provides.
- —Guest Allang
My email was burgled
- had yahoo.co.uk for years and tolerated their messy updates demanding more personal inf. last night my email was burgled, emails sent to all address book for money fraud via western union. a friend informed me of the email. when i tried to get into my account the burglars had reset to their own password and id questions. i cannot read my email and yahoo have no phone numbers anywhere. only have the paperchase police to help. don't shout yahoo, ever again.
- —Guest identity stolen
Simple Email Service
- Does anyone have an e-mail service WITHOUT all the bells and whistles? All I want to do is send and receive mail. I do not need chat rooms or any other junk.
- —Guest squafdonoboles
- I hate mail.com. I started using the service years ago because I liked the simple email address. I then switched to the paid version to get additional features. However, the service itself is hit and miss. The servers are often down. Even when there is a scheduled outage, the company is too brain dead to warn people that its coming. My pet rock would be capable of providing better customer service. You have lots of choices. Avoid mail.com like the plague.
- —Guest davagain
Avoid Hotmail! It purges your e-mail!
- Hotmail purged 100s of my inbox e-mails recently. No idea why, and they can't be recovered. Look on the Help site: this is not unusual. If you value your communications, DO NOT use Hotmail. Also, the Help site, which is just a chat room, is infuriating. You basically post your problem and keep your fingers crossed that someone (and someone knowledgeable) answers at all.
- —Guest Jennifer
- They all work fine, but with Hotmail I feel a little more confident that they'll be around, since it's Microsoft, and with several accounts you can use the 'windows live mail' app just like regular pop3 email accounts. Gets all your accounts at once, lots of features and good spam control.
- —Guest taz