I'm looking for a new email provider for personal use, and I'm happy to pay (maybe around $30 per year). Can you recommend a new provider, or can you explain how to do what I need with other services like fruux? [more inside]
posted by theyexpectresults
on Jan 30, 2014 -
Why don't gmail or other webmail providers have a simple "block sender" button, which not only archives/deletes a message but automatically does this for any future messages from that sender, so that you don't even see them? [more inside]
posted by pete_22
on Oct 4, 2013 -
I'm an avid user of Gmail and other Google services, but I'm increasingly uncomfortable keeping my entire email history on someone else's servers. Can I keep a week's worth of messages on the server and encrypt everything else? What are some other Gmail privacy compromises? [more inside]
posted by ecmendenhall
on Apr 17, 2013 -
Trying to set up a new wireless network and running into all kinds of strange problems. Connections dropped every few hours! Some machines work, some don't! Can connect to internet, can't
connect to router!
DOGS AND CATS LIVING TOGETHER (literally)
. Please help. [more inside]
posted by Rhaomi
on Feb 7, 2013 -
Is it possible to transfer all email folders when switching from web-based mail to Mac Mail? [more inside]
posted by OolooKitty
on Mar 14, 2011 -
How do I get Outlook 2007 to stop deleting my emails from the server when receiving, thus making them unavailable in webmail? [more inside]
posted by emptybowl
on Apr 13, 2010 -
Looking for advice on email hosting solutions that can accommodate lots of old email. [more inside]
posted by rkent
on Jun 1, 2009 -
I need an alternative to Gmail that does pop3 without SSL, and won't expire after so many days of inactivity. [more inside]
posted by almostmanda
on Dec 18, 2008 -
Say I have an employee who was using a company computer. They departed under bad terms. I suspect that they took proprietary and valuable company documents with them when they left by sending them to themselves or someone else using a webmail service. If I can recover their webmail password from the company computer they were assigned, is it legal for me to log in and check to see if they did this? Why or why not? [more inside]
posted by procrastination
on May 19, 2008 -
I am looking to find an email hosting provider that supports a decent “webmail” client and also Blackberry “push” email. From what I have seen, the majority of email hosting providers, that support the Blackberry, make use of Microsoft Exchange, which I am trying to avoid.
These are the things I am looking for...
1. Good "webmail" client - Browser based client to read/manage my email/contacts/calendar
2. Blackberry "push" email synchronization (including calendar and contacts)
3. Does not use Microsoft Exchange ( I cannot stand Outlook Web Access)
4. Price < $10/month per Mailbox
Thank you for any assistance.
posted by DerekTheGeek
on Sep 3, 2007 -
Free webmail with HTML mode, allows embedded graphics, does not have embedded advertising, and retrieves POP mail? Need it only for a month. [more inside]
posted by randomstriker
on Jun 24, 2007 -
Webmail IMAP client: like SquirrelMail, but smaller, for a mobile phone?
My new phone (S/E w810i) does "email", in the sense that it can talk to a small range of pre-selected partners like Yahoo or AOL. I'm looking for a web-based IMAP client that I can use to access my own IMAP server. It should be something along the lines of MIR
, but that allows writing mail as well as reading it. I like SquirrelMail a lot, but it doesn't have a non-framed, minimal view.
posted by migurski
on Mar 19, 2007 -
All the email in my Lycos/Mailcity account was deleted when I left it inactive for too long. I am willing to go to great lengths and spend considerable amounts of money to retrieve it. Can anyone give me suggestions on how to go about this? [more inside]
posted by fermion
on Nov 26, 2006 -
I'm looking for some sort of Web-Based-Mail system that I can install on my server that I would be able to interface through PHP or Ruby. [more inside]
posted by hatsix
on Feb 7, 2006 -
How can I access my webmail via a ssh tunnel? My corporate firewall started blocking ports 2095, 2096, and 2082, but I can ssh to the box that is hosting my domain. [more inside]
posted by seinfeld
on Jan 4, 2006 -
My employer blocks access to webmail-based email like yahoo and gmail. Is it possible to get around this? [more inside]
posted by Haize
on Oct 26, 2005 -
Is it possible to screen scrape or somehow redirect a webmail-only account? For stupid reasons our school has restricted email this way and I'd really like to reduce the amount of email accounts I have to keep track of. [more inside]
posted by O9scar
on Sep 16, 2005 -
I'm getting sick of the limitations of my web hosting provider, so I'm striking out on my own. I think I've got the hardware, OS (some linux flavor) and webserver (Apache) figured out, but what about apps? I'm looking for good, free webmail and photo-gallery software, and any other tips.... [more inside]
posted by gurple
on Apr 26, 2005 -
I'd like to learn some white hat/grey hat hacker (as in cracker) skills. I'm interested in focusing on Windows systems and possibly web mail, as I think knowledge in these areas would probably be the most marketable. What's a good resource to pick up the basics? What are some good websites to follow the discovery and status of vulnerabilities?
posted by namespan
on Aug 30, 2004 -
Where I work has suddenly become all fascist about internet access and blocked SSH access. This is a pain because it was how I used to access my emails (SSH in, use Pine). I can't use a POP3 client on my PC because they've had that port blocked for ages. I'm currently using mail2web
but don't like the way it handles replies and the general lack of functionality. My question is:
is there a good free webmail application out there that is either managed (like mail2web) or I can install in my account (Linux, no db access, no root). If the latter can cope with the folders I have (I use spamassassin), safely render HTML emails (possible junk mail) and is easy to install, then that would be excellent. I have tried Google and Freshmeat but all the ones I saw were either commercial or looked rather featureless. Any recommendations?
posted by ralawrence
on May 27, 2004 -
Anyone know of a russian-language equivalent of Hotmail/ yahoo / free web mail for a technophobic russian friend? Bonus points for advice on how to type cyrillic using English keyboards, as she'll be using public library computers.
posted by Pericles
on May 7, 2004 -
1and1 Webmail problem: For the last several days, the webmail for my domain at 1and1 has been inaccessible. Specifically, I can log in, and I can send email, but I cannot view my inbox. More inside. [more inside]
posted by gd779
on Apr 20, 2004 -
Webmail troubles: my ISP was bought out by another ISP and recently my ADSL connection migrated from the one to the other.
For my work, I use a webmail, because they can't or won't make POP mail available for the work account. Since I migrated, it became impossible for me to reply to mails, add new contacts and some other stuff. I can still send entirely new emails, but it's a hassle not to be able to just reply and forget about it.
The webmail works fine from other locations, but not on my partner's laptop, which is sharing my internet connection.
The ISP claims that 'absolutely nothing' changed and it's not their problem. The IT guy at work isn't terribly interested. I think I might convince either of them to act if I know exactly what the problem is. Can somebody crack this for me? Thanks.
posted by NekulturnY
on Feb 26, 2004 -
What's the best very cheap web- and email-hosting provider? Most packages are geared for small business, but this is for a personal site, so the web-hosting part of it is secondary to my primary purpose of using a less generic domain name (hotmail/yahoo don't cut it).
What I want is a solid combination of reliable pop and webmail at a domain of my choosing, with ~50MB space, for less than $5/month. I'm currently considering doteasy.com and netfirms.com, and doteasy is winning but for the 20MB space they provide.
posted by Sinner
on Jan 27, 2004 -
I need to find an ADA-compliant webmail interface. I'd prefer a free option that will allow POP3 and (preferrably) IMAP access. Hotmail is not an option since they no longer allow access to external POP boxes and Yahoo is out because of spam. Any suggestions?
posted by answergrape
on Jan 20, 2004 -