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  1. Zarano is offline A Writer for the Magazine
    Location: Florida USA
    Posts: 17

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    Question Email Provider?

    Does anyone know of a good email provider that has hardly any ad's? I'm tired of logging into my email and seeing five million advertisements. lol


  2. ScaR is offline Speed Racer
     
    Location: wat
    Posts: 714

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    I know gmail is a good mail service with about 3GB storage. (Hotmail/Live now has 5GB, with many ads)

  3. Who
    Who is offline It's not a tumor.
     
    Location: Lincolnshire, UK
    Posts: 3,223

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    yeah, Gmail is quite good, spam filter does a good job.

    my advice if you want less junk is to sign up to all your forums/email requiring sites with a new address which you don't intend to use day to day, therefor all the associated spambots send their crap there, not where you don't want it to be (as in your in box).

    Gmail actually does get a HORRENDOUS amount of spam (it emptys the spam folder monthly, you end up pushing on 600 emails by the end of the month) but fortunately, its spam filter is brilliant and nothing gets through
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  4. Iced_Bullet is offline Cheese=Milk's Death Route
     
    Location: Norfolk, UK
    Posts: 6,310

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    My Hotmail.co.uk has never given me ANY spam! ever! and there is only the advert at the top, like most sites
    Life is good. Simples. Cccchhhhh.

  5. Mb
    Mb is offline The Photographer
    Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
    Posts: 8,136

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iced_Bullet »
    My Hotmail.co.uk has never given me ANY spam! ever! and there is only the advert at the top, like most sites
    Each day i receive about 30 spam messages on my Hotmail...:eek_blue:

    It doesn't matter how much horsepower your car has, it's about the smile on your face when you drive it.

  6. Speed is offline Can You Feel It?
     
    Location: Norfolk, UK
    Posts: 2,724

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mb »
    Each day i receive about 30 spam messages on my Hotmail...:eek_blue:
    Lol wow, do you sign up to loads of random deals then?

    My Hotmail never gets spam, maybe it's just me and Iced who don't Lol!

  7. Mb
    Mb is offline The Photographer
    Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
    Posts: 8,136

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed »
    Lol wow, do you sign up to loads of random deals then?

    My Hotmail never gets spam, maybe it's just me and Iced who don't Lol!
    The only thing i am signed up to is the Top Gear Newsletter, and some forums...

    It doesn't matter how much horsepower your car has, it's about the smile on your face when you drive it.

  8. SupermAnthony is offline Man Of Steel
    Location: RocKdale, Lancs
    Posts: 388

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    If your email address has been displayed to the public then the chances are you're going to get spam. I had mine set to "do not show email" on one forum, yet I did a Google search for my email address and sure enough it was there. So, I now get 430543 pieces of junk mail per day.

  9. Pherelas is offline I'm Going Slightly mad
    Location: The Dark Side of the Moon
    Posts: 3,278

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    I don't get any spam really with Hotmail and as its linked in with MSN and microsoft sites its great.
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