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yahoo just upgraded email accounts to 100mb! hurray for that! hehehe.. . wonder what the catch is! i thought i had to pay for it. then again their message said ...
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    yahoo for Yahoo!


    yahoo just upgraded email accounts to 100mb! hurray for that! hehehe.. . wonder what the catch is! i thought i had to pay for it. then again their message said service will continue as usual. it's for free!

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    They did that in response to gmail.

    Good for us!

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    what is gmail? never heard of that one before. is it a better version of email? or just email with a hell lot of features?

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    Re: yahoo for Yahoo!

    Quote Originally Posted by xylex_blaiste
    yahoo just upgraded email accounts to 100mb! hurray for that! hehehe.. . wonder what the catch is! i thought i had to pay for it. then again their message said service will continue as usual. it's for free!

    I notice that as well, i've had my yahoo account for about 6 or 7 years, so its about time they gave me some more space

    If you pay, i think you used to get more space. Paying customers also get external POP3 access.

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    ITS FREE!!!!!!!!!111~~~!!!!!!

    hurray!
    i had like 99% before anyways, all those darn newsletters. and now i have like .1% of what i had before.


    one more time..

    YAY!

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    what is gmail?
    Google mail.

    http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=0...tid=215&tid=95

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    gmail

    hay
    but Gmail is Paid ??

    Tell me

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    No, they're going to offer a free version just like Yahoo!

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    And some lucky people ( ) get it to try it as beta testers.. hehe, one cannot deny that 1 gig space is good. But yahoo mail is still inferior to gmail.

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    gmail is pretty awsome i got an invite yesterday and i like it so far i love the idea of having 1000MB of space for all those emails but as soon as it goes public it will be free to everyone jst like yahoo and hotmail.
    hotmail better get on the bandwagon if they want to keep there members because ppl arent goin to use there email if they only offer 4MB when you can got o yahoo and get 100MB or even gmail and get 1000MB

    edit: if you want to get an invite to test gmail go here and try to get one i recommend not paying for it as it will sooner or later be free i got mine for free well kind of i did a little trade for mine but you can get them for free if you watch that forum no point in paying i figure
    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/forumd...php?forumid=95
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