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    I'd like to know which is better. I just launched NewLifeCC.net using everyone.net for web based email, but was dissappointed to find out that they won't let you out the login form directly on your site. I'm considering using BigMailBox.com for StreetBikersUnited.com, and would like to know if anyone has anything on the pro or con side to say about both of these services. If you've used both recently, please post accordingly, i.e. what features each one had and which one you liked better.

    Thanks a million!

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    Matt Mickiewicz
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    This discussion has been had 2 or three times in the past in these forums. Use the search feature...

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    Matt,

    I did a search and found only 11 posts. My question didn't get answered. I should've been more specific.

    Everyone.net requires that the user go to their server to login. I haven't used BigMailBox.com before and was wondering if they operated the same way, or will they give me some code to paste a form on my web pages, so that they can login directly from my site?

    Sorry for the confusion.

    Mike

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    You could certainly copy the form from everyone.net and put it on your site with a slight Perl/ASP addition...just add a header of HTTP-Referrer and make it the login page.

    Don't know if they'd like it though...

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    I use everyone.net for my email page (www.email.ky) and I think they are great! I do not understand what you said about logging in from any other domain. You can have a login box for your email from any site. For example, the acutal email site is located at http://freemail.email.ky but you can log in directly at www.email.ky

    Hope this helps!
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    stevek,

    Please explain to me how you got that form on your site. When I logged into my management options at freemail.newlifecc.net/ I couldn't find that option anywhere. All I saw was a link to a page where they login.

    I also emailed Everyone.net tech support, but haven't had a response yet.

    Thanks,

    Mike

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    Found it! Sorry for wasting your time.

    Mike

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