[GLLUG] good email service?

Mike Szumlinski szumlins@msu.edu
Fri, 05 Jul 2002 02:22:00 -0400

You might have to find a Mac to setup the account, but I've been really
happy with my free Mac.com account (has free webspace too via WebDAV).  All
you have to do is find a friend with a Mac and point a browser to


On 7/5/02 12:55 AM, "Ben Pfaff" <blp@cs.stanford.edu> wrote:

> My dad is starting to get tired of all the spam that arrives,
> seemingly from nowhere, in his yahoo.com mailbox.  He's thinking
> about moving to a new email provider.  He's willing to pay for
> the privilege, but doesn't want it to be too much.
> So, I've been looking into registrars that also offer email
> service, starting from ICANN's list of accredited registrars and
> clicking on the ones I've heard of.  So far I've come up with the
> following:
>       * enom.com: $26/yr, POP3 only
>       * register.com: $65/yr, POP3 + webmail
>       * domaindirect.com: $40/yr, POP3 + webmail
>       * catalog.com: $35/yr, POP3 (+ webmail?)
> Anyone have comments on these, or recommendations?  Information
> on good services that offer email without a customized domain is
> also interesting.