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Old 10-27-2005, 10:10 AM   #1
RJ Emery
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Default E-Mail Service Providers

Kathleen Tinkel once wrote within this forum about e-mail system providers where one could register one's own domain name and have multiple mailboxes, thereby eliminating the need for changing e-mail addresses every time one changed his or her ISP.

1) What are these service providers called?

2) How do I go about finding a list of them?

3) Can anyone offer recommendations or testimonials for some of these providers?

4) If I were to sign up for one of these services, can I move my domain name to some other provider if I am not otherwise satisfied?

5) While access can be web-based from anywhere, do they allow POP3 downloads from one own's e-mail program?

6) What is a typical monthly charge?

7) What do these providers offer over and above what gmail.com already offers?

   
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