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BY: Muhammed Haris | Category: Shopping | Post Date: 2009-07-13

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There are hundreds of websites providing E-mail services to the public. So it has brought a wide competition amongst these E-mail service providers. In earlier days only the paid membership had to be taken from these services to get sufficient storage space, enough attachment options, special features like blocking the junk mails and alert to the mobile phones. But these days due to increase in the number of E-mail service providers there is a stiff competition and most of them have started offering most of these features free of cost to the users. When a large number of people use their free e-mail system, these services can gain good amount of revenue by displaying advertisements.

Most widely used E-mail service providers are Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL and Rediffmail. For the offline usage, these services allow usage of free applications like Lotus notes and Outlook express by using protocols like POP, IMAP and SMTP. These days users can create their own customized E-mail addresses with the help of domain space offered by other E-mail service providers (ex: You@yourname.com).

These days e-mail service providers generally provide the storage space of about 10 GB. One can manage all his mails without deleting anything. Even the corporate enterprises use the free mail feature provided by these services. One can also have his own album created in his mail box and he can upload the good number of photos and videos to it. These services even provide address book feature to save almost unlimited number of entries in it.

Unfortunately there has been a trend where some E-mail service providers sell the email address of their users to the sales people, so that they can send the advertisements to them. These advertisement mails have been creating irritation to the users. It has become difficult to search the important mails, in between those advertisements. Because of huge number of spam mails, there are chances that one would miss reading important mails. Sometimes genuie emails also land up in spam folder. So these free E-mail service providers should control the level of spam mails reaching it's users in an efficient manner.

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