Best Online Email Services

The Top Ten

1 Gmail

I think Gmail is the best because Gmail has built-in "Google Talk" and I can chat my friends all around the world.
And you can change your theme in Gmail. Gmail also has 7.5GB of storage, support for 25MB attachments, support for multiple external mail protocols (IMAP, POP POP+TLS, Microsoft Exchange) Gmail also works on windows live! I use my Gmail for Xbox live and other various things and its just that one address. I have a Gmail, shaerichards42@gmail.com and I love it. Vote for Gmail!

I wrote a mail intending to send some files but totally forgot it until I had clicked Send. Luckiliy, Gmail reminded me with a dialog box that I have written 'attachments' in the mail, yet I haven't attached the files! Another reason to love Gmail...

It makes everything so much easier, simple, personal, cool themes, spam blocker.. Gmail is my favorite

Gmail is easy to use even for a beginner. Uncomplicated. Additional benefits are there. Ecent changes have made it more attractive.

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2 Yahoo! Mail

Very beautiful, the best email. I tried them all above, but Yahoo! Mail was the best. It is so fast, very good looking, and full option email service.

No doubt. Yahoo! Mail is the best so far, it's simplicity, speed and beautiful designs suits beginners and professional email users.

Too many ads so slows loading and the "NEW" site with AT&T slows things down even more. Not even a part of the top in my opinion

Locked out of two email accounts. No explanation and no support. The automated help is useless.

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3 Hotmail

I have used hotmail ever since I was ten and it was just amazing. Sure I don't use it much any more but it was the greatest that I have ever used. The messages are fast and simple to use and the messages also send quickly.

I urge you to give Hotmail a try and you will not be disappointed.

This is the most reliable online email service in my opinion. It is very simple and is fast and cool.

Max attachment size is 300MB, compared to Gmail's 20MB.
The new Outlook UI destroys Gmail's interface in terms of style.
Highly recommended.

It's simple, reliable, it has no ads... What more can you want

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4 iCloud

Very user friendly. A no-problem approach to email.

Fast and Nice. I love iCloud.

ICloud is great indeed

Hi sir I am Arsalan from Pakistan that's my contact number 03127367443 please help me iCloud I am working at mobil software

5 Outlook.com

Outlook is the best option out there. From its seamless integration to all other Microsoft storage to its UNLIMITED email storage to its gorgeous applications, Outlook has proven to be far superior to all competitors. The design is clean, the sweep functionality bests Google's counterpart and guess what? , SKYPE. GMail was my service of choice for 5 years, but I have finally seen the light.

I cannot believe I am alone. It is a brilliant service and is so much better than others. All my emails from my Outlook to my mother's Yahoo went in her spam folder! I didn't have this problem when, afterwards, I emailed from my old Yahoo address.

My outlook account works so perfectly thanks to the email service I have the account in -outlook

Outlook is best mailing site for me.
Other mail site connectivity is too good.

6 Mail.com

I am so disgusted. DO NOT WASTE YOUR $$. And it's not so much the $ but the fact that it randomly decides to not send the email, says "unable to send" yet 5 min later I try and no problem. it doesn't interface with iPhone well at all, I had to install the app just so I could send an email. It sucks because I bought this for business purposes, had business cards made up with it on there. I'm so frustrated with the service that I'm getting rid of it and all my business cards. WHAT A WASTE!

I have had this service for years and need to find something more reliable. I have clients who don't receive my emails and who send me emails that I do not receive (even in spam). It has always had a buggy log in that I simply accepted with a free service. I can no longer tolerate the unreliability from this service. Like others, I have this on my business cards, websites, and social media. Updating is a pain but will be worth it.

Mail.com is the worst I have ever used. I get a lot of mail that asks 'do you get these emails? ' Because when someone emails me, it bounces back to them. Sometimes I still get it but sometimes I don't. I'm researching for a more dependable email service now.

Nice site provide variety of email ids

7 AOL Main

The most underrated email provider out there. Like the Grandfather of the email world. Reliable, safe, straightforward been around since the beginning of time.

Never had a problem with it, seems smooth

8 Fastweb
9 Fastmail

I've had Fastmail for 3 years. The comment that they lock you're account without warning is B.S
The reason his account was locked, was because he didn't Pay. Fastmail gives you multiple warnings almost to many in my opinion that you're account is due for renewel. They even allow you access for two weeks after. You are just not allowed to send email. Customer service is ok can take up to three days. I was trying to setup IMAP on my phone. They did get back to me just wasn't immediately. The things I like about it good Spam protection. The fact you can use Dummy accounts so when you sign up for a website to respond to a maroon, then the Spam goes elsewhere.Also the Note feature is nice. I use it to keep my accounts and passwords since I tend to forget Info about my 50 billion accounts. NO ads is nice. I pay 10.00 a year 250 mb is more then enough for me. I think its totally worth it. Sometimes there are coupon codes that save you a couple dollars also.

It locks your account without warning, lost drafts/email, spam control don't work, paid support don't respond until you ask for help in their discussion board. Never ending glitch problem.

"Fast, reliable email for businesses, families and professionals."
Really? Just Inaccurate Advertising and they have been around since 1999.

Feature galore, simple to use, great tech support, spam protection options range from simple through user definable to incredibly sophisticated - your choice, I've never ever lost a draft or email ever, support is free.

Best there is. Been using it for over a year. Love it. A paid service but very inexpensive options available. Good support.

10 GMX

All of a sudden I could not send emails on gmx. It stated my password did not match on my two accounts. So, I took the time to reset new passwords. It accepted them and guess what.. Another note passwords don't match. I wrote company and they send like to reset password. No other assistance. I'm going back to msn, ugh.

Its good but if I talk about privacy and security is not up to the mark, 2 step verification must be there.

Havin' trouble with some plain FREE email services? Privacy issue? Your personal data insecure? Try this one. Just need one word how to describe GMX, "AWESOME! " or "FABULOUS! "

The Contenders

11 juno.com
12 Zoho Mail

Website looks good, mailbox looks good, loads of tools. Unfortunately, after 3 days, it locked all my saved emails, can't access. Not sure if I even get new messages at all. As good as it lasted. A shame...

13 Lavabit

Loads quickly, reliable and they respect privacy.

Awesome email, super secure and basic.

It be awesome if there was no ads and people canot get your credit card imformation. example; ebay sends credit card or billing information to your email site. people hack it and use your info to get into your bank account.

14 Thexyz

Thexyz is an ad-free business quality email service that offers only a paid version. It is government and medical services compliant due to the extensive archiving technology it employs on their servers.

Thexyz is fantastic. Best of all I enjoy having the confidence that my correspondence with people is not only reliable but PRIVATE - which is much more than can be said for some of the bigger email providers.

Thexyz webmail is full of features and the service is unmatched by another email provider I have used before. Worth the money without a doubt!

Best email service out there. Anyone who is serious about their email should be willing to pay $20 a year.

15 Zoho.com

Zoho mail is a really good email, you can send the emails really quickly and the person to get it can receive it well. It has a really good font and you can send videos around it, you may actually even get to have it on your own cellphones!

16 Yandex

Ad free, colourfull themes, spam free, 10GB storage, and more and more option greater than Gmail. It also hasbrowser, chat messenger etc.. It's a newer one

Hey it's a wonderful website.. ! Clean and fast :D

17 superheromail.com

Tons of options to choose from and the support is very responsive. The name is a bonus.

Typing in the URL leads to nothing useful.

18 Mail.ru
19 MyEmail.com
20 Tiscali
21 Full Mail Server

A focus on security, does not charge per account, has support, uses SSL on both imap and smtp, encourages use of s/mime and PGP... Ah, and not US based!

22 OpenMailbox.org

The best email provider I have used. Respect your private life!

Really good. Hosted in France. Also has a disposal mail service: opentrashbox. Org

23 EarthLink

Awful. Terrible customer service. Stopped delivering emails. They can't fix problem.

24 Rediffmail
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AMAZING EMAIL. Don't believe it's real? Go ahead! Look it up!

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