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E-mail Tester. by TheTalkativeOne
August 27, 2008, 9:37 pm
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Yes i know that this slightly contradicts what was just said about TLD’s. But i decided a few days ago that i would try some different e-mail platforms out to see which one i think is the best. 

Now. As most of us know. There are many things we can use as an online e-mail. Such organizations include Windows Live Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail, Google Mail (gmail), AOL and many more. I decided to try out Yahoo!, Google Mail, and Windows Live Mail.

I was first drawn to internet e-mail when i had enormous problems with Microsoft Outlook and, to be honest. i couldn’t be assed with it any longer. I have always wondered, “What’s the Best E-Mail” and i have the chance to answer that question that has been on my mind for quite some time. 

So i have signed up for Google Mail and Yahoo!. As i already have a “Hotmail” account i didn’t need to sign up for one. Now signing up for Yahoo! was the most annoying thing i have ever done. It took ages just to process my password. And when it went back to my page because i had probably got the security code wrong the password was a mile long. That was the minor snag. But once signed up i found it had good links. I will keep you posted on how i find it. Google Mail was quite a easy set-up and this account can also be used for youtube which is very useful. Same as Google i will keep at it.

I will update this post soon with more information. Remember you can always help with my comparison by e-mailing my google mail. geektechnathan@gmail.com. Thanks,

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