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Old 08-04-2006, 06:04 PM   #16
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found some, but it does cost money. I might as well use what I have.
I like using KMail to get email, but most that have POP3 access cost money.
 
Old 08-05-2006, 10:21 AM   #17
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You could always just make your own with ZZN (zap zone network i think)last time i checked it was free.
I ran a few old projects with ZZN email service. You sign up for a ZZN account and it gives you your own personal email service (like hotmail)... if your registered username was "linux" you would be able to make anything @ linux.zzn.com and get a website www.linux.zzn.com. Thats prob a bit too much for what you want but its pretty good for people wanting to have a free email service for their community (people can sign up via the website and get their own email @ yourname.zzn.com). I'm pretty sure they give you POP3 access as well.

url = www.zzn.com
 
Old 08-06-2006, 02:40 AM   #18
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even that cost money for pop3. question, why does it have to cost money? What does POP3 really enable you to do? Avoid all the ads and banners (basically them not being able to sell), or what? I just like to send and receive email using KMail, I just prefer it.
 
  


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