Gmail Question

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by gracie123, Nov 13, 2005.

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  1. gracie123

    gracie123 Registered Member

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    Considering that Gmail is in beta or at least Google says it is, would you make the switch from your regular email account to a Gmail account? I have Yahoo! Mail Plus and I am happy with it but I also like the fact that Gmail is unlimited storage.

    Just looking for opinions :)
     
  2. Smokey

    Smokey Registered Member

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    I always will keep my normal email accounts.

    Since the begin of Gmail i have several Gmail accounts too, but just for "fun".:D

    For serious and official matters i always use normal email accounts.
     
  3. Ailric

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    I switched to Gmail. If you're happy with Yahoo Plus, stick with it. Yahoo is very dependable too.
     
  4. Notok

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    I have a GMail account, and I mainly use it for things like mailing lists. It can fill up all it wants and won't bother my regular email (at least on the server). I'm using another free web mail service, and have been thinking about transitioning over to the GMail account, but I'm not sure yet either. Only time will tell how reliable GMail is in the long run. I agree with Ailric, if you're happy with what you have, there's no reason to switch completely.. just use it for stuff you don't want cluttering up your Yahoo account :)
     
  5. gracie123

    gracie123 Registered Member

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    Thanks for the replies all of you :). I think I will take the advice of sticking with my Yahoo! Mail Plus account. Its always proven reliable, and I've never had to mark one message as spam. Its excellent :D

    Thanks everyone for your input again.

    Gracie
     
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