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Title: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: ardi_sugianto on June 10, 2011, 05:59:13 PM
hi guys.. i just want to survey about what good email service do you choose... yahoo mail or gmail or hotmail  ;D
thanx...
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: DavidR on June 10, 2011, 06:50:12 PM
None of the above.

I have my own domain name and use an email server feature of the domain hosting. I have never liked hotmail, never used gmail (always had privacy concerns), and although Yahoo handles the email of my ISP (I don't have a yahoo account).

Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: JuninhoSlo on June 10, 2011, 06:58:13 PM
hi guys.. i just want to survey about what good email service do you choose... yahoo mail or gmail or hotmail  ;D
thanx...

I have hotmail and yahoo email account ;)
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Coolmario88 on June 10, 2011, 07:22:30 PM
I have windows live mail (@live.com)  and i use yahoo! mail (@Yahoo.com)
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: bob3160 on June 10, 2011, 07:45:31 PM
All the above but gmail seems to do the best job of eliminating spam.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Pondus on June 10, 2011, 07:54:13 PM
hmmm....what happend to good old US mail   ;D
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Coolmario88 on June 10, 2011, 08:02:58 PM
hmmm....what happend to good old US mail   ;D
E-mail came along that is what happend to it  ;D
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: CraigB on June 10, 2011, 08:06:20 PM
Hotmail and Bigpond mail for me, hotmail does seem to get more spam iv noticed as well.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: hlecter on June 10, 2011, 08:33:04 PM
FastMail (fastmail.fm) is my preferred choice.
FastMail.FM was acquired by Opera Software one year ago.

HL
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: scythe944 on June 10, 2011, 09:21:07 PM
Gmail, Private host from webserver host, and 3 MS Exchange accounts  ;D

Guess everyone can't have their own exchange servers though...

Gmail rocks, privacy concerns aside.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Simion on June 10, 2011, 10:03:56 PM
For web based mail, I've had accounts with all three for many years, and all are good. Hotmail/Livemail seems to have slightly more down time or slowness issues than the others. Without a doubt, my best email service is through my ISP using an undisclosed proprietary software.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: TribeWars on June 10, 2011, 10:11:15 PM
I use gmail it does a great job and i still discover new functions
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Lisandro on June 10, 2011, 10:12:57 PM
I use gmail it does a great job and i still discover new functions
+1
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: ardi_sugianto on June 11, 2011, 02:03:03 AM
no one using yahoo mail ?? ;D i think yahoo mail feature is better than gmail   :P
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Dch48 on June 11, 2011, 04:19:15 AM
I use GMX which to me is the best of the free services. Gmail is bloated and has too many features that I never use. Yahoo just has a terrible interface, in my opinion, and Hotmail I never have liked much. I don't keep mail after I've read it (with very few exceptions), I don't need any sorting features, and I turn off all provided spam filters. I let everything come through in Outlook Express and use the free version of SpamFighter to sort it out. That way I can see what has to be adjusted without having to go to a website to see what I may have missed that was classified by the provider as spam. I never get more than 5 or 6 spam mails a day and SpamFighter puts them in it's own folder where they are easily deleted. Another thing I don't like about Gmail is that the mail does not get deleted from their server after Outlook Express retrieves it even though it is set up in OE to do so. The GMX mail is cleanly removed automatically but I have to go to the Gmail site periodically to clean things out. I greatly prefer the interface of Outlook Express (or Windows Mail) to read my mail in. The web based interfaces are, without exception, terrible.

Update--- On going to the Gmail site, I discovered that you can't turn off their spam filtering. How stupid is that? I have had to make a custom filter to stop mail being sent to the spam folder. I just told it to ignore anything that has the @ symbol in the To field. That's basically everything so now it will all go to my inbox and be dealt with by Outlook Express and SpamFighter. I did however find out how to have mail in the inbox deleted after being retrieved by Outlook Express. It's buried in the myriad of mostly useless options.  Gmail sucks in my honest opinion.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: SpeedyPC on June 11, 2011, 08:41:34 AM
I have Optusnet email and Gmail all connected to Thunderbird email software which mean I can used both at the same time ;)

I use Gmail as my everyday used and Optusnet with my internet provider
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: bob3160 on June 11, 2011, 01:11:39 PM
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Gmail sucks in my honest opinion.
Maybe that's because you don't know how to use it ???
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Spoudason on June 11, 2011, 02:29:21 PM
I have tried many e-mail programs. I use gmail with Opera. It takes care of my business and personal needs. I could not be happier with this set-up.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: MikeBCda on June 11, 2011, 08:17:50 PM
My primary email is my ISP's POP server, which does a great job of intercepting and quarantining 99 percent of incoming junk (and malware-infected stuff, too), using Thunderbird as client.  The latter has its own junk-detection built in which catches nearly all of what the ISP might miss (and also learns my preferences), so it's rarely more than once or twice a month that something actually sneaks into my home inbox, and even then it's usually fairly obvious.

The only webmail I use is Yahoo, and that's strictly a backup and generally just for spam related to my Yahoo ID.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Dch48 on June 12, 2011, 01:48:02 AM
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Gmail sucks in my honest opinion.
Maybe that's because you don't know how to use it ???

There is no reason for an email service to have that many options and "features". It should be light and simple. I don't need apps, facebook or twitter and I have never even owned nor used a cell phone. I don't need links and options to half of the internet and you should at least have the option to not use the spam filter that many people have found to be too aggressive and have lost important mail because of. You also should not have to wade through a maze of settings to turn off what you don't want and at least maintain a modicum of privacy.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: bob3160 on June 12, 2011, 05:24:55 AM
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Gmail sucks in my honest opinion.
Maybe that's because you don't know how to use it ???

There is no reason for an email service to have that many options and "features". It should be light and simple. I don't need apps, facebook or twitter and I have never even owned nor used a cell phone. I don't need links and options to half of the internet and you should at least have the option to not use the spam filter that many people have found to be too aggressive and have lost important mail because of. You also should not have to wade through a maze of settings to turn off what you don't want and at least maintain a modicum of privacy.
Some of us happen to need a lot of features. Just because you still want to live in the "good old days" when email was personal communication between 2 parties and telephones hang on the wall and need to be cranked before use, doesn't mean it's what most of us use.  ;D
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Pondus on June 12, 2011, 01:43:19 PM
I use GMX which to me is the best of the free services. Gmail is bloated and has too many features that I never use. Yahoo just has a terrible interface, in my opinion, and Hotmail I never have liked much. I don't keep mail after I've read it (with very few exceptions), I don't need any sorting features, and I turn off all provided spam filters. I let everything come through in Outlook Express and use the free version of SpamFighter to sort it out. That way I can see what has to be adjusted without having to go to a website to see what I may have missed that was classified by the provider as spam. I never get more than 5 or 6 spam mails a day and SpamFighter puts them in it's own folder where they are easily deleted. Another thing I don't like about Gmail is that the mail does not get deleted from their server after Outlook Express retrieves it even though it is set up in OE to do so. The GMX mail is cleanly removed automatically but I have to go to the Gmail site periodically to clean things out. I greatly prefer the interface of Outlook Express (or Windows Mail) to read my mail in. The web based interfaces are, without exception, terrible.

Update--- On going to the Gmail site, I discovered that you can't turn off their spam filtering. How stupid is that? I have had to make a custom filter to stop mail being sent to the spam folder. I just told it to ignore anything that has the @ symbol in the To field. That's basically everything so now it will all go to my inbox and be dealt with by Outlook Express and SpamFighter. I did however find out how to have mail in the inbox deleted after being retrieved by Outlook Express. It's buried in the myriad of mostly useless options.  Gmail sucks in my honest opinion.
That setting is in the Gmail gui

you find it under settings > POP/Imap > what to do after .....

they will then be sendt to the Gmail resycle bin where they stay for 30 days and then deleted
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Dch48 on June 13, 2011, 12:41:59 AM
I use GMX which to me is the best of the free services. Gmail is bloated and has too many features that I never use. Yahoo just has a terrible interface, in my opinion, and Hotmail I never have liked much. I don't keep mail after I've read it (with very few exceptions), I don't need any sorting features, and I turn off all provided spam filters. I let everything come through in Outlook Express and use the free version of SpamFighter to sort it out. That way I can see what has to be adjusted without having to go to a website to see what I may have missed that was classified by the provider as spam. I never get more than 5 or 6 spam mails a day and SpamFighter puts them in it's own folder where they are easily deleted. Another thing I don't like about Gmail is that the mail does not get deleted from their server after Outlook Express retrieves it even though it is set up in OE to do so. The GMX mail is cleanly removed automatically but I have to go to the Gmail site periodically to clean things out. I greatly prefer the interface of Outlook Express (or Windows Mail) to read my mail in. The web based interfaces are, without exception, terrible.

Update--- On going to the Gmail site, I discovered that you can't turn off their spam filtering. How stupid is that? I have had to make a custom filter to stop mail being sent to the spam folder. I just told it to ignore anything that has the @ symbol in the To field. That's basically everything so now it will all go to my inbox and be dealt with by Outlook Express and SpamFighter. I did however find out how to have mail in the inbox deleted after being retrieved by Outlook Express. It's buried in the myriad of mostly useless options.  Gmail sucks in my honest opinion.
That setting is in the Gmail gui

you find it under settings > POP/Imap > what to do after .....

they will then be sendt to the Gmail resycle bin where they stay for 30 days and then deleted

Actually they do not go to the trash or recycle bin as you called it. They are gone immediately.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Pondus on June 13, 2011, 01:00:02 AM
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Actually they do not go to the trash or recycle bin as you called it. They are gone immediately.
They go to the Trash folder....the one that you access in Gmail web, not in your computer...

mail settings > Forwarding and POP/IMAP > POP Download: 2 When messages are accessed with POP > Delete Gmails copy


I use that setting and that is where they go in my Gmail POP account....
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Marc57 on June 13, 2011, 01:00:19 AM
Primary email is my ISP's, I use Yahoo when I don't want to give out my primary address.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Dch48 on June 13, 2011, 01:07:30 AM
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Actually they do not go to the trash or recycle bin as you called it. They are gone immediately.
They go to the Trash folder....the one that you access in Gmail web, not in your computer...

mail settings > Forwarding and POP/IMAP > POP Download: 2 When messages are accessed with POP > Delete Gmails copy


I use that setting and that is where they go in my account....
That's the setting I found and am using and I just checked and you're right, they do go in the trash folder. Even that is not acceptable in my opinion. With GMX, they are immediately fully deleted just by telling OE not to leave a copy of the message on the server. That OE setting does not work with Gmail.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Pondus on June 13, 2011, 01:12:18 AM
If you use IMAP you will have full sync and it does what you do on your computer

delete a mail and it is deleted on web...delete on web and it will be deleted in your comp
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: scythe944 on June 13, 2011, 04:32:22 PM
If you use IMAP you will have full sync and it does what you do on your computer

delete a mail and it is deleted on web...delete on web and it will be deleted in your comp


Exactly.  IMAP, not POP3 should be used whenever possible, especially if you download your mail at several locations.

Otherwise, it's a nightmare to keep it all straight.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: SpeedyPC on June 13, 2011, 04:36:36 PM
If you use IMAP you will have full sync and it does what you do on your computer

delete a mail and it is deleted on web...delete on web and it will be deleted in your comp


Pondus is 100% correct that's how mind is setup through Thunderbird ;)
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: scythe944 on June 13, 2011, 04:49:20 PM
Also wanted to throw this out there, ISP mail is good, except for when you move or change service providers.  Then you have to change email addresses, change logins for websites, update all sorts of information, let everyone know your new email address, etc.

It's a big pain in the rear (I had to do it twice in a year, no fun).  If possible, use one of the free web-based email services for your primary email, or at least for websites that you subscribe to.

You don't have to worry about losing emails if your hard drive fails or laptop is stolen, etc.

With Gmail (sorry Dch, it's a great service) you get a ton of space, so you don't have to worry about getting too much mail and deleting the old stuff if you choose not to.  Secure IMAP (for free, by the way, Yahoo charges for this) keeps your emails synched almost as well as MS Exchange does on multiple devices, and it's secure unlike POP3.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Pondus on June 13, 2011, 07:32:07 PM
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Also wanted to throw this out there, ISP mail is good, except for when you move or change service providers.  Then you have to change email addresses, change logins for websites, update all sorts of information, let everyone know your new email address, etc.
yepp, that is why i gave up using ISP mail

i also used the same spam filter as @Dch48 "SpamFighter pro" (it is very good) but found out after i got Gmail i don`t need it any more...
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: scythe944 on June 13, 2011, 07:50:13 PM
Technically, I don't need my spam filter service either (spamarrest), but the way that I have my things setup it works pretty well.

I basically have all of my mail available to me on gmail's site, but only mail that I approve in my spamarrest settings get to my phone.  That way I don't have to keep getting stupid emails (not spam, just undesired at the time) on my phone all day, so I can concentrate on just work.  Then, if I want to check the rest of my mail, it's off to gmail.com for that.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: pcclean3453 on June 13, 2011, 08:33:26 PM
Outlook 03 and 2010 using exchange server. Wth gmail account and Windows Live Hotmail.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Dch48 on June 14, 2011, 04:11:03 AM
Also wanted to throw this out there, ISP mail is good, except for when you move or change service providers.  Then you have to change email addresses, change logins for websites, update all sorts of information, let everyone know your new email address, etc.

It's a big pain in the rear (I had to do it twice in a year, no fun).  If possible, use one of the free web-based email services for your primary email, or at least for websites that you subscribe to.

You don't have to worry about losing emails if your hard drive fails or laptop is stolen, etc.
I totally agree with this. I've been through that not only when I changed ISP's but when they got bought out and changed themselves. I first had Earthlink, which became Sprint, which then became Qwest if I remember right. I had to change every time.

I've never tried IMAP so I'd have to learn how to set it up. GMX does offer it and they will still be my primary provider.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Dch48 on June 14, 2011, 05:48:45 AM
Okay I tried IMAP and I hate it so I went back to good old POP3. Why do I hate IMAP? When I make an IMAP account in Outlook Express it creates a whole new folder for that account in the Folders list. I don't want that, I want all my mail to go into my main inbox no matter where it comes from. If I delete the folder, the whole account gets deleted and I have to create it over again. IMAP stinks.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: scythe944 on June 14, 2011, 06:17:23 AM
Okay I tried IMAP and I hate it so I went back to good old POP3. Why do I hate IMAP? When I make an IMAP account in Outlook Express it creates a whole new folder for that account in the Folders list. I don't want that, I want all my mail to go into my main inbox no matter where it comes from. If I delete the folder, the whole account gets deleted and I have to create it over again. IMAP stinks.

Lol, to each their own.  Creatures of habit I suppose.

The point is that IMAP supports MORE than just the inbox.  It might create a special folder or two, but at least you can organize your mail and synch it across multiple devices.

I'm definitely not saying you're wrong, just saying that if the conditions where right, you might swear by it.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: DavidR on June 14, 2011, 02:28:47 PM
I'm of exactly the same thought as Dch48, I used to use OE and to be honest it was excellent (but effectively no longer supported). I had one inbox and many filters, so I can organise my email based on who it was for (email account) or from, which was generally the content, e.g. newsletters, etc. They override other filters and once set up it is a walk in the park.

When I moved to thunderbird on my desktop system, that was how I set it up having imported my OE emails. However, when I installed it from scratch on my win7 netbook at first it was a right royal pain in the rear wanting to create an inbox for every account even for pop3 accounts.  Anyway I on my netbook I don't have it delete mail from the server upon collection, so I can download it on my main desktop system.

I never really figured out how to stop it from creating a new area for each account, but you can also select View, Folders, Unified.

My main email accounts are from my domain name so I never have to switch if I change ISP. I never liked gmails T&C and have never been a fan of webmail (HotnotMail killed that for me). I like to have my email under my control for all aspects including SPAM and Virus scanning and I regularly backup my emails to prevent total loss.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: MikeBCda on June 14, 2011, 10:53:34 PM
My ISP is a large regional operation (southern Ontario and Quebec), and when they were bought out about 5 years ago they retained their old domains strictly for email purposes, everything else is under the new name.  So it's extremely unlikely I'll ever move far enough to have to change my email addy.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: DarkMasters on June 20, 2011, 12:19:49 PM
I use Gmail account for another websites or forum signup and as my trash/spam receiver. Windows Live account as my private email. Yahoo account for my business.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Eddy on June 20, 2011, 12:27:58 PM
I use KPN (my provider) and Yahoo.
Too bad though that Yahoo devellopes things that are initally not working in Opera.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: jadinolf on June 25, 2011, 08:34:29 AM
Gmail plus an excellent email service called FastMail. There is a small fee associated with it but well worth it in my opinion.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: roro on June 25, 2011, 01:09:40 PM
I use GMail and roadrunner.  I love the new phone service at the GMail site, and am using it for all my USA and Canadian calls to landlines and mobile phones since it is free. BTW, you need to download a 32 bit browser if you have a 64 bit machine for now as the player needed doesn't come in 64 bit yet.
 I had been using Magic Jack but found the reception much better on the GMail phone. 
I receive calls on my mobile phone, so I don't have to leave my computer connected, and also need the mobile phone for emergency numbers.
I use Skype for computer to computer calls outside of the USA. 8)
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: bob3160 on June 25, 2011, 02:09:55 PM
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I had been using Magic Jack but found the reception much better on the GMail phone.
I totally agree with you on this statement roro. It's also  much easier to use. :)
(I just renewed my Magic Jack for another 5 years ....  :'( )
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: rdmaloyjr on June 25, 2011, 02:55:11 PM
Gmail phone service works great with Opera. :)

Gmail phone service is excellent speakerphone.

MagicJack sucks in speakerphone mode..


P.S. I'm back to avast! with AIS.

Doing good so far.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: SpeedyPC on June 25, 2011, 03:02:31 PM
P.S. I'm back to avast! with AIS.

Doing good so far.


OT: Does that means you've given up on MSE and ZoneAlarm 8)
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: CharleyO on June 25, 2011, 03:16:34 PM
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As for me, I use my ISP's web based email since I do not like downloading email into a client on my computers. Earthlink's web based email provides a good spam filter.

In reference to gmail, that is where most of the spam comes from that I receive.
I "off & on" block email from gmail since none of my family, friends, nor other close associates use that service.


***
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: rdmaloyjr on June 25, 2011, 03:26:01 PM
edit: error, please delete
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: rdmaloyjr on June 25, 2011, 03:28:52 PM
P.S. I'm back to avast! with AIS.

Doing good so far.


OT: Does that means you've given up on MSE and ZoneAlarm 8)

No.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: bob3160 on June 25, 2011, 07:31:36 PM
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As for me, I use my ISP's web based email since I do not like downloading email into a client on my computers. Earthlink's web based email provides a good spam filter.

In reference to gmail, that is where most of the spam comes from that I receive.
I "off & on" block email from gmail since none of my family, friends, nor other close associates use that service.


***
I probably use gmail more that many people since I have a lot of email contact with computer clubs in many states.
I'm happy to say that I hardly ever see any spam in my regular gmail inbox since the spam filter in gmail is excellent.
I also really don't receive a lot of items in the spam folder. One button deletes all of the spam in that folder.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Domz on June 26, 2011, 08:08:34 AM
I mainly use gmail. I have never gotten spam in my inbox and have never been sent an infection. The maximum attachment size is 10 megs and you get a ridiculous amount of storage. I also think that Google is more secure than other e-mail providers. Also you don't have to keep making accounts for different sites. A Google account can get you into all of Googles features like YouTube and GSKPWH.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: bob3160 on June 26, 2011, 02:01:56 PM
GSKPWH ???
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Domz on June 26, 2011, 04:43:17 PM
Sorry, that was messed up by my auto-correct. It should have said 'Blogger'. :P
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: bob3160 on June 26, 2011, 04:50:03 PM
Sorry, that was messed up by my auto-correct. It should have said 'Blogger'. :P
Ok :)
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Dch48 on June 26, 2011, 08:08:55 PM
I mainly use gmail. I have never gotten spam in my inbox and have never been sent an infection. The maximum attachment size is 10 megs and you get a ridiculous amount of storage. I also think that Google is more secure than other e-mail providers.
GMX just increased the storage to be equal with Gmail. They say they did it to make up for introducing ads which they never had before. However, I have yet to see any ads being inserted into mail and I haven't seen any from Gmail either which is supposed to have always had them.

As far as security goes, I'm inclined to believe that Gmail's is not better but probably worse partially because they are a huge target just like Windows. I do know this though, when I first made my Gmail account, I was almost immediately bombarded with massive amounts of spam mail, not only in Gmail, but also in the GMX account. I'm inclined to blame it on Google's notoriously lax privacy situation.  I was concerned about it happening again when I first started using Chrome as my main browser a couple of months ago, but so far, so good. I still don't like that you can't turn off the spam filter in Gmail.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: bob3160 on June 26, 2011, 10:57:17 PM
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I still don't like that you can't turn off the spam filter in Gmail.
Why in the world would you want to turn off something that works better than anything I've run into in the past
and doesn't really require any adjusting.

It's almost the same as asking to turn off the avast protection so that you may do it on your own....  ??? ??? ???
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: Dch48 on June 27, 2011, 01:23:14 AM
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I still don't like that you can't turn off the spam filter in Gmail.
Why in the world would you want to turn off something that works better than anything I've run into in the past
and doesn't really require any adjusting.

It's almost the same as asking to turn off the avast protection so that you may do it on your own....  ??? ??? ???
It's not even close to the same thing. I have already explained that I want all the mail from all providers to be delivered to Outlook Express and then dealt with by SpamFighter. I don't want to have to go to a website to see if I may have missed something that was classified as spam by them. I think I have managed to bypass Gmail's spam filter without turning it off by creating my own filters that search for the @ sign in the from and to fields of the mail and then choosing to never send those mails that contain the symbol (all of them of course) to the spam folder. Now it all comes through and Spamfighter does it's excellent job of sorting it out. On the rare occasions when it's wrong, I can easily correct it and either whitelist or blacklist a sender or domain for the future. If I was on W7, I'd be doing it the same way with Windows Live Mail.

You can find many complaints from Gmail users about how they have missed important mail because Gmail tagged it as spam.
Title: Re: which email service do you choose ?
Post by: iRonzel on June 27, 2011, 01:41:17 AM
Windows Live Hotmail & Gmail.

But Hotmail is my first option, with it I have skydrive with 25 GB of space for document(Office documents) photos, IE sync and more. the gmail account is for Google services only.