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#1 shallowboy

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Posted 01 November 2004 - 05:45 AM

Hey

I got a gmail's invitation but Why should I accept it?

Because if I sign up with www.postmaster.co.uk, I will get the equal storage space and a bouquet of features.

Again, using Gmail has security problems.




Mod Edit: This is considered spam. Which will not be tolerated. Please refrain from any further instances.

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#2 cowsgonemadd3

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Posted 01 November 2004 - 08:49 AM

I like gmail I think they will get better! Thats why its called beta....They are working on the problems now so I have heard!

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Posted 11 November 2004 - 02:26 PM

"Because if I sign up with www.postmaster.co.uk, I will get the equal storage space"

I just visted both sites and this is what i found so how do you come up with that?

Postmaster:
"25mb - 35mb storage standard per member account"

Gmail:
"1000 megabytes of free storage" = 1000MB

sure Postmaster they have this "The ability to purchase extra email storage on demand"

I also found the cost of the "extra email storage"

"Postmaster members have the ability to purchase extra storage in 100mb blocks at a cost of 10year"

so your willing to pay for 10 100MB blocks to get the same storage amount as Gmail? Hey all the power to ya but i would chose the free one because nomatter the secutity problems gmail has it can all be fixed for under 100 in a year i would hope (i use US $ so i donno the conversion) and if its such a big deal don't use your real name and only have it for keeping photo's and stuff from friends then use your Free 25-35 MB account on Postmaster for business / personal information

Just my $.02 but what do i know!




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