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Free Webmail and Email by mail.com
Free Webmail and Email by mail.com

Free Webmail and Email by mail.com

mail.com provides its users with an unparalleled selection of more than 200 unique domains to pair with their desired address at no cost. Users can choose a domain that fits their lifestyle, profession, location, or personality, and through this personalization, their email address will become an expression of who they are, or where they are from.

For example USA.com, Europe.com and Asia.com as well as many other geographically focused domains are available.

Users who want an email address to communicate their profession can select from a wide range of professionally focused domains such as Doctor.com, Financier.com, Publicist.com, Engineer.com, and Consultant.com. For the passionate music fans, the portfolio of fan domains includes elvisfan.com, madonnafan.com, metalfan.com and reggaefan.com amongst others.

Every email address is completely free. Create email account.

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This will be slow because of the hoards of people who use [email protected]mail.com as a fake email wend signing up for stuff.

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This will be slow because of the hoards of people who use [email protected] This will be slow because of the hoards of people who use [email protected] as a fake email wend signing up for stuff.

Even if such an account was released by mail.com (highly unlikely), unless the holder of that account opened up the mailbox to 'hoards of people', there'll only be one person using [email protected]mail.com. If however, you're suggesting that any/all mail.com email accounts will be slow because you believe the service will be used as some form of 'spam account', then the same rule would apply to ALL free mail account providers: Outlook, yahoo, Gmail, iCloud etc and I don't see a slow down on my various accounts across those providers. Whilst I understand your point, I'm doubtful of its validity unless mail.com is some backstreet operation. But that's not the case; they're part of the 1&1 group, they've been around since 1988 with a revenue of: 2.75 billion USD (2011). So you'll have to forgive me but I'm doubtful of your assertion.
Edited by: "Blasphemous" 29th Dec 2016

Great if you want spam mail! been using it for years!

I'd say I'd use it but its owned by 1and1, and frankly I'd rather be run over by a steam roller at 1mph and suffer the pain than use ANY 1and1 service, be it direct or subsidiary.

Cold.

Beware if you only use it occasionally - they actually enforce their account expiry dates!

Note that it's ad sponsored email....
Expect spam and plenty of it...
Edited by: "Uridium" 30th Dec 2016

I see comments here from non-users so I thought I'd give my tuppence as an actual user.

As a user of many years (I don't subscribe to the paid option), I highly recommend mail.com. It's my main account and I just find the 'mail.com' suffix far more professional. The other thing I like is that because it's not as popular as gmail, hotmail, etc, I actually managed to get my [email protected]mail.com (which I'd have no chance of getting with the other providers).

As for spam, I don't get any.

Like many such services no POP or Imap without paying extra, so online viewing of mail only

Have been using this for years without issue. They also have the gmx.com too
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