Free email account from GMX
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Free email account from GMX

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Found 6th Aug 2009
A free email address like Hotmail or Gmail. The webmail site for reading your emails looks really slick. Ideal for a throw away address for signing up to website offers.

GMX (Global Mail Exchange) is a major branch of United Internet, a listed company, and one of the world's most successful e-mail providers. With its innovative webmail system, GMX provides solutions for home users, as well as small and mid-size enterprises. Because GMX Mail is web-based, it's accessible from any computer connected to the Internet. Its features and convenience rival those of traditional client-based software that require installation on your computer.
In addition, GMX Mail supports POP3, IMAP and SMTP protocols, as well as mobile device integration.
GMX's professional virus protection is based on a leading provider's scan engine. It locates viruses, worms, and Trojans, even in compressed file formats. GMX mailboxes are protected from spam with seven anti-spam modules, resulting in 98% less unwanted mail. GMX is secure and reliable, protecting its users from malware and spam with a guaranteed webmail accessibility of over 99%.
GMX guarantees optimum performance with data centers located in Europe and the United States. In early 2008, GMX unveiled a new, high-tech data center in Lenexa, Kansas to cater specifically to our US customers.
GMX respects our customers' privacy and does not transfer any data to third party companies.
The United Internet Group was founded in 1988. Together with its branches 1&1 and Fasthosts, the Group offers the largest global web hosting service. The United Internet Group (listed on the stock exchange: ISIN DE0005089031) has a market capitalization of over 2 billion USD. The Group has over 4,500 employees at locations in America, Europe and Asia. United Internet's high speed data centers manage more than 10 million domains. The Group's data centers set extremely high standards worldwide with 55,000 hosted servers and a monthly transfer volume of 4,000 terabytes

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Been using this now for nigh on 2 years, brilliant, cannot praise it enough, only need one log in to access all my E-mail accounts. Top marks, 100%, A1, ten out of ten... etc ... etc ...... thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

p.s. again I cannot add heat or add to your rep!!!! what am I doing wrong??????

MikeL;5947870

Been using this now for nigh on 2 years, brilliant, cannot praise it … Been using this now for nigh on 2 years, brilliant, cannot praise it enough, only need one log in to access all my E-mail accounts. Top marks, 100%, A1, ten out of ten... etc ... etc ...... thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:p.s. again I cannot add heat or add to your rep!!!! what am I doing wrong??????



Thanks for the feedback, I'm interested what makes this better than yahoo, hotmail etc? I would switch if it was much better.

I don't quite understand the one login bit, I currently have about 6 yahoo e-mail addresses that I check and would be interested in a way to only log in once but still keep them seperate for their seperate purposes if that makes sense.




I guess what I'm saying is can you set yahoo e-mail addresses to all forward to one collective address for checking so I only need to log into the extras when I want to send an e-mail. I would still need a copy to remain at each e-mail address tho.

Also would I still need to log in once a month to keep the yahoo e-mail addresses live? Would checking them on gmx change their status to read on yahoo e-mail or would I suddenly have loads of unread on yahoo?

Benjimoron;5947974

Thanks for the feedback, I'm interested what makes this better than … Thanks for the feedback, I'm interested what makes this better than yahoo, hotmail etc? I would switch if it was much better.I don't quite understand the one login bit, I currently have about 6 yahoo e-mail addresses that I check and would be interested in a way to only log in once but still keep them seperate for their seperate purposes if that makes sense.I guess what I'm saying is can you set yahoo e-mail addresses to all forward to one collective address for checking so I only need to log into the extras when I want to send an e-mail. I would still need a copy to remain at each e-mail address tho.Also would I still need to log in once a month to keep the yahoo e-mail addresses live? Would checking them on gmx change their status to read on yahoo e-mail or would I suddenly have loads of unread on yahoo?



Once you have a GMX account, GMX has a mail collector service whereby it channels all your e-mail accounts within GMX, you can set it to delete any mail in your other account once it has been tranferred to GMX or you can leave it there, you can send e-mails from your different accounts via GMX and much much more, I still use my old e-mail addresses when asked /required when filling in on a site but I just go into GMX to pick up the replies ..... try it you have nothing to lose.:)

It like having a outlook or thuindbird service on line

each account is kept separate with its own stuff but you only log in once and all account are shown in a tree format

It seems really good, it's taking quite a few trys to add each one of my yahoo e-mail addresses though which is a bit worrying.

I assume I'll still need to log in to each one once a month to keep them live? But this will keep them nicely in one window and save me keep logging into them all.

Benjimoron;5948816

It seems really good, it's taking quite a few trys to add each one of my … It seems really good, it's taking quite a few trys to add each one of my yahoo e-mail addresses though which is a bit worrying.I assume I'll still need to log in to each one once a month to keep them live? But this will keep them nicely in one window and save me keep logging into them all.


For those sites that require it I use lettermelater.com/?email to send an e-mail every month or so. :-D
I haven't logged into any of my sites separately since I started using GMX.

Gonna try it for the single login service, but from a few test the rest doesn't look so good. Took quite a while for a test e-mail to arrive, even when I kept clicking check mail. Most of my previous e-mails have arrived at the wrong time, ie they appear to have just arrived when they actually arrived months ago, the other half of the e-mails have the right date.

The spam filter appears to be awful, lots in there that's good stuff, lots not in there which is utter carp. Will probably stick to logging in a few times with yahoo.


Oh, and over half my e-mail addresses refuse to add to it for some reason. Have been trying for around an hour now.

MikeL;5949220

For those sites that require it I use http://www.lettermelater.com/?email … For those sites that require it I use http://www.lettermelater.com/?email to send an e-mail every month or so. :-DI haven't logged into any of my sites separately since I started using GMX.



What's that for? Thought you could send an e-mail with this to look like it came from each e-mail address?

Personally I'd keep logging in to yahoo, could lose over 5,000 e-mails just in the inbox let alone folders if I didn't log in once a month!

Benjimoron;5949385

What's that for? Thought you could send an e-mail with this to look like … What's that for? Thought you could send an e-mail with this to look like it came from each e-mail address?Personally I'd keep logging in to yahoo, could lose over 5,000 e-mails just in the inbox let alone folders if I didn't log in once a month!


The Lettermelater site means I dont have to remember to send an e-mail, it does it automatically for as long as I have selected.
I would suggest that you use it intially for a couple of e-mail accounts until you get confident and then you can add more.:)

MikeL;5950018

The Lettermelater site means I dont have to remember to send an e-mail, … The Lettermelater site means I dont have to remember to send an e-mail, it does it automatically for as long as I have selected.I would suggest that you use it intially for a couple of e-mail accounts until you get confident and then you can add more.:)



Looks good, but I can't for the life of me think of a reason I would want to delay sending an e-mail. If it was to myself for a reminder I would write a "to do" on my phone or get googlemail to text me at a specific time etc.

I've used them for a couple of months,service is good with them :thumbsup:

MikeL;5947870

Been using this now for nigh on 2 years, brilliant, cannot praise it … Been using this now for nigh on 2 years, brilliant, cannot praise it enough, only need one log in to access all my E-mail accounts. Top marks, 100%, A1, ten out of ten... etc ... etc ...... thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:p.s. again I cannot add heat or add to your rep!!!! what am I doing wrong??????



same here, single sign on for all of my e-mail accounts :thumbsup:, been using for a couple of months now

It is worth noting that GMX has won the praise of the industry in terms of security also as it is harder to crack than the wet paper bags offered by Hotmail and Yahoo
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