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    Best email provider?

    Well guys I use both gmail and hotmail but i prefer gmail since it is faster, easy to use & more reliable. Gmail can easily deal with spam emails.

    What about you guys?

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    I'd have to say gmail. It's fantastic.

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    I like gmail themes & great chatting icons

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    I use Yahoomail & Gmail, but although I love Gmail themes, I'd have to say I use my Yahoomail more often, & all e-mails I receive in my gmail e-mail address gets automatically forwarded to my Yahoomail e-mail add, to save me the hassle of having to check 2 e-mails every time.

    So, my answer is YahooMail.

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    In addition to what I've already posted, I am crazy over Yahoomail's disposable e-mail adds option in your account. I love it.
    It is indeed very useful for me since I develop myspace accounts & need new e-mail adds for each time I create a new account, but with Yahoomail's disposable e-mail adds I could just create these accounts with no hassle right inside my yahoomail account.

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    i loooooooooove gmail, it is almost my best friend, never down, big upload space, and terific design what more could a guy want?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick09 View Post
    Well guys I use both gmail and hotmail but i prefer gmail since it is faster, easy to use & more reliable. Gmail can easily deal with spam emails.

    What about you guys?
    Definitely Gmail, it's very fast and with less Spam.

    Also don't forget Google Apps.
    "Whatever doesn't kill us makes us stronger."

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