freemail


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Noun1.freemail - a service providing free email delivery in exchange for exposure to advertising
electronic mail, email, e-mail - (computer science) a system of world-wide electronic communication in which a computer user can compose a message at one terminal that can be regenerated at the recipient's terminal when the recipient logs in; "you cannot send packages by electronic mail"
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Someone though has set up a computerised system that continually phones the UKIP number, running up huge bills, they have also sent parcels of bricks and dog doos through the freemail service.
lt;p>Subdomains now count for about 12% of all domains involved in phishing, with Russian freemail provider Pochta.
GMX Internet Services Inc (Global Mail Exchange), a specialised freemail provider and a subsidiary of United Internet Group, has announced the completion of beta trials and the launch of its interactive User Lab community with a Brainstorm platform in the UK.
GMX, a British freemail provider, has released the results of a survey which reportedly showed that 40% of British web users did not know that some large providers of free e-mail services commonly scan the contents of private e-mails for keywords to provide targeted advertising on webmail pages.
For personal use, we may change them on a whim, going from a Yahoo account to Freemail to MSN.
an ISP, or a freemail service such as Yahoo, Hotmail, etc,) since the latter accounts can expire and become inactive.
Freemail, as the name suggests, is another free email service, but you'll find this one on offer in public information points.
The initiative, called i-plus freemail, does not require any registration or fee and will be financed by revenue from on-screen advertisers.
iVillage has a complete set of community features, including freemail, instant messaging, personal home pages, chats, and bulletin boards.
In addition, Swisscom will introduced a Blue Window Freemail service which offers all email messaging free, but charges extra for services such as internet access and home page hosting.
With 100's and 1,000's of students now passing through the education system and opting for freemail accounts from Windows Live (Hotmail) and Gmail, it may take less than 10 years to see the ground permanently shift; a shift that may assign Lotus to the pile of great brands lost forever.
GMX Internet Services Inc (Global Mail Exchange), a specialised freemail provider and a subsidiary of United Internet Group, revealed on Wednesday (2 July) the success of the beta version of its UK free e-mail service GMX.