Thanks for the suggestions Michael. I completely overlooked evolt.org as an option... one worth considering :) - aleem > -----Original Message----- > From: thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org > [mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of Michael Pemberton > Sent: February 10, 2002 6:53 PM > To: thelist at lists.evolt.org > Subject: Re: [thelist] OT: Email forwarding service > recommendations (long term + free) > > > The service I have been using for the last 6 years is hotpop. > They offer either a pop or forwarding account and also a > range of domains. They also allow you tp switch the type of > account (pop / forwarding) at any time. > > This, combined with the ability to farward to more than one > account (i use a second account as an archive for all my mail > and also to make sure that all my mail is getting through on > my main freebie pop account. > > If all else fails, you can't go past evolt. :) > > >MyRealBox.com > >Offers forwarding, pop, and imap > >Downside: systematically blocks all mail coming from > Yahoogroups so you > >can't use it for the yahoogroups mailing list > > > > I have seen this option on one of my other accounts that I > have with gmx.net. They have the option of blocking all > hotmail / yahoo mail that arrives from a source other than > the original servers. This means that spammers that are > using hotmail addresses but not the hotmail server can't get through. > > >----- Original Message ----- > >From: "Aleem" <aleem at mindless.com> > > > > > Hi, I need to get some valued suggestions on free email > forwarding > > > service that are reliable and in your opinion will not start > > > charging. Most importantly, however, they should not go out of > > > service for many, many years to come (pop or imap access > would be an > > > added plus) > > > > <tip author="Michael Pemberton" type="Email Transfer"> > For those out there who may be one of a group/family who use > the same PC for internet access, here's a great way to get > everyone's email working together. > > There are a range of useful mail servers out there that allow > you to run your own accounts locally and also pull in mail > from external accounts. > > You can congifure the server to transfer mail regardless of > who is actually logged on to the machine. This way you can > have your email sent / downloaded for you without having to > be the person using the PC. </tip> > > _________________________________________________________________ > MSN Photos is the easiest way to share and print your photos: > http://photos.msn.com/support/worldwide.aspx > > -- > For > unsubscribe and other options, including > the Tip Harvester and archive of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !