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    I'm currently using Everyone.Net to provide free email for my website. However, I find their service inadequate - the server is quite slow, my page doesn't refresh after I change the settings on the control panel, etc.

    So, what's the best free email provider around, besides Evereyone.Net?

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    We use BigMailBox.Com for our free e-mail, you ought to give it a try.

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    For high-traffic sites, Outblaze.com!!

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    http://www.braveweb.com

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    SitePoint Guru prequel's Avatar
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    yeah i use Outblaze.com for http://mail.theprequels.net and http://thesiths.com great service and from user feedback better that Hotmail by a long shot

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    Try outblaze.com then

    my site is http://www.e-robbi.com

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote/font><HR>Originally posted by Rizal:
    I'm currently using Everyone.Net to provide free email for my website. However, I find their service inadequate - the server is quite slow, my page doesn't refresh after I change the settings on the control panel, etc.

    So, what's the best free email provider around, besides Evereyone.Net?
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>



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