The 7 Best Mail Providers

People send and receive ~205 billion emails everyday! It is very important that for your emails, you choose the right email provider for you.

1.) Mail.com

Addresses: @mail.com, @email.com, @post.com, @myself.com, @writeme.com, @usa.com, and more

Benefits:

  • Has a mail collector with infinite accounts so you can easily put all of your mail in one place

Downsides:

  • POP3 and IMAP are premium services

(Learn more about Mail.com)

2.) Gmail

Addresses: @gmail.com (or @yourdoma.in if you use Google Apps

Benefits:

  • Super easy to use
  • Inbox is gorgeous and connects to tasks reminders, and Google calendar to streamline your experience

Downsides:

  • One of the largest email systems, very many addresses are taken

(Learn more about Gmail)

3.) Outlook

Addresses: @outlook.com (@live.com and @msn.com cannot be registered anymore)

Benefits:

  • Minimal design
  • Send-only email integration (you can send emails on the behalf of any address verified)

Downsides:

  • Outlook’s mail writer is very basic

(Learn more about Outlook)

4.) Yahoo Mail

Addresses: @yahoo.com

Benefits:

  • 1 TB of storage for mail and attachments (no need to delete)
  • send-only email integration
  • infinite disposable email addresses

Downsides:

  • Chat services have been disintegrated from mail

(Learn more about Yahoo Mail)

5.) POP.co Mail

Addresses: @yourdomain.co, @yourdomain.us, @yourdomain.xyz

Benefits:

  • Get one address on your own free domain
  • The inbox is minimal and clean

Downsides:

  • POP3 and IMAP are premium services
  • No mobile apps

6.) Freeola Mail

Addresses: @1me.net, @chocoholic.org, @tenup.com, @veggies.org, and many more

Benefits:

  • Many addresses are untaken, so you could even get your first name

Downsides:

  • There is no interface for mail, so you have to use a mail client

7.) My Mail

Addresses: @my.com

Benefits:

  • Passwordless and designed for mobile phones
  • Clean, minimal design

Downsides:

  • Your inbox can only be accessed through a mobile device

(Learn more about MyMail)

 

Also see: Unsubscribe from emails Easily

Have any that are working especially well for you? Comment below!

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