Which dial up ISP

  BoBoo 14:39 07 Oct 2003
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Have just built a Windows 2000 Professional based machine and now looking for a dial up ISP that would give me a sensible domain name, minimum of 5 e-mails and the ability to send and collect e-mails for all four user accounts in one hit (if that is possible - having to log on to each account and connect seems a bit of a bore).
Any good/bad dial ups?
Can I send and receive for all accounts in one hit? - if so does outlook support this.

My internet exposure is a works account with Lotus Notes so this home user is a new experience.

Many thanks

B

  MichelleC 15:01 07 Oct 2003

I use Tiscali (till i get back onto b/b). Never had any probs (except don't click 'use as default browswer' as it's a pain to revert). It doesn't cut you off every 2 hrs like Freeserve. I've got 5 email ad's.

  Agent Smith 15:38 07 Oct 2003

I've used Freeserve for years no probs

  mark e 16:55 07 Oct 2003

virgin gives you what you require used the for years first on dialup them unmetered now BB can't fault them.

  spuds 19:19 07 Oct 2003

Tiscali is okay.

  marble 19:27 07 Oct 2003

I'm still a Virgin fan!

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