any suggestions onf ree email services?

Amanda Lee amanda at
Tue Dec 17 13:15:43 EST 2002

Way behind on this list and not likely to become active again for the time

I use which is free, has pop3, smtp and it is accessible from
the web as well.  It sometimes is intermittent in it's being available but
the price is right! It also screens for viruses and won't send messages to
you which contain suspect attachments.

go to:

Amanda Lee

Alexandria, VA USA

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ed Barnes" <e_barnes at>
To: <speakup at>
Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2002 4:52 PM
Subject: Re: any suggestions onf ree email services?

Hi, well, depends upon what you are looking for, I am asumming you are
asking on here because you would like to be able to use both webmail and
pop3 so you can download mail either using a windows mail client or
fetchmail on your linux box.
Another important question, do you need a provider of free email service
which gives you an smtp server to use or can you use your isp's smtp under
Windows, of course, this is a non-issue under linux because you have your
MTA to handle it.
If you are looking for webmail, smtp, and pop, I'd probably recommend:
As far as free email service providers the only one I use is: yahoo
If you sign up for yahoo delivers you can download mail from
I can use the isp's smtp server on Windows and sendmail under Linux.
And, either one or the other is always available in my case.
Alternately, you never know, somebody also might be willing to give you an
account on one of their boxes for this purpose.
Good luck and hth.

  At 12:31 PM 12/12/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>see subject. any suggestions on free email services? this server i'm using
>now will go off line in a month or so,
>and am wondering if there are any suggestions for good ones.
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