Email providers?

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    something back

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    Email providers


    Many users use standard free email providers and are inundated with spam over time.

    Well there's an other way, if you are prepared to pay a very small sum as little
    as £6 or $10 a year, you can have your own email service by taking out a combined hosting package with free domain name that you can change as often as you like.


    Ebay is a good place to start looking for a combined hosting with free domain name package.

    These packages allow you without the need to setup a web page “email” some come with
    unlimited email addresses. Simple! You do an internet domain name search to Find an email name you like, then see if it's available.

    Most hosting packages use a program called cpanel. Here's a link to a cpanel
    tutorial




    http://www.cpanel.net/products/cpanelwhm/cpanel11/tutorials.html
     
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    As it happens, I do this exact same thing - it's nice having a custom domain name. Quite often, domain name providers will even give you free e-mail hosting in return for registering a domain with them. Some of them will only do forwarding though.
     
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