OT: Email services

Janina Sajka janina at rednote.net
Tue Feb 22 10:04:34 EST 2005

Hi, Tyler:

The only way I know to guarantee your own address is to have your own
domain name.
This would work even if you don't have the ability to host your own
domain name right now. And, wherever you do host your domain name, you
could easily arrange to have your mail forwarded--or not, as your
circumstances dictate.

This is the only way I can think of to guarantee yourself a life long

Tyler Spivey writes:
> Does anyone have any suggestions on inexpensive, reliable email
> services? I want an email address that will stay with me if I change
> isps, or have no internet access at home (which is the case now). I've
> gone through about 5 free email services that just don't fit the bill -
> block certain addresses, (e.g. yahoogroups), flaky smtp servers (or none
> at all!) or total unreliability. Something that costs $29.95/year (e.g.
> Runbox) seems promising until you convert to Canadian dollars, which
> will run up to about $50. 
> This one seems to work, but I don't want to find myself changing emails
> weekly.
> Thanks in advance,
> Tyler
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