The short answer is

  Forum Editor 18:22 16 Nov 2005

no, there's no charge per se.

The slightly longer answer is that of course you're paying for internet access - either indirectly through the use of your electricity supply, or directly, to your Internet Service provider (or both). Each email you send does have a cost implication therefore, but it's so slight as to be negligible.

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