Web based e-mail address required

  howryou 21:30 20 Jan 2004

As Totalise now charge you if you don't use them as your ISP, I have to find an alternative with the following criteria:-

Web based pop3 which can be downloaded to Outlook Express.

The Address book facility must be able to set up Groups of addresses

Must be able to access the web mail &/or able to download to Outlook Express from a number of different PC's on different phone numbers


  Gaz 25 21:42 20 Jan 2004


click here

  Valvegrid 21:49 20 Jan 2004

I'm not sure how this meets your criteria click here it is http mail, similar to hotmail, but they have an installer plug-in so it can be used on Outlook Express. This gives the option of OE or web mail. Also it gives the option of downloading just the headers of the messages, which save a lot of time. The only thing I'm not sure about is the address book on Lycos because I use OE's one.

Hope this helps?


  howryou 21:59 20 Jan 2004

Yahoo seems to meet requirements.

Not going for Hotmail - can't be bothered with that level of spam and there is so much viagra that someone can reasonably use in one lifetime!

  Chegs ® 22:06 20 Jan 2004

I have a Yahoo account and a Hotmail account.Yahoo rarely gets spam,and recently Hotmail has drastically reduced its level of spam.I have had over 250 spam mails in one nite previously with Hotmail,but its several weeks since it dropped from average of 30-40 a nite to less than ten a week.

  Gaz 25 22:07 20 Jan 2004

Hotmail has spam protection now, works ok for me, and virus protection for free at the mo.

Yeah, give it a go the Yahoo!.

  Valvegrid 22:13 20 Jan 2004

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