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RunBox http://www.runbox.com/ Runbox Mail Manager is a server-based email application that enables you to store all your email online. They provide 100 MB of storage space, extensive management features, and ability to access email on any device.
Web-based POP Email Services - These services allow you to receive your POP email using your browser. Some of them will read from your own supplied POP email account (such as your ISP account) and others have their own POP servers.
Email Planet http://www.emailplanet.com/ Allows you to manage your email from your browser.
FetchMail http://www.fetchmail.com/ Let's you read your POP email using your browser.
Mail2Web http://www.mail2web.com/ Will read POP mail from any POP server using your browser. Looks like a nice service.
MailAndNews http://mailandnews.com/ Another web based service allowing you to access your email. In addition, this company lets you read newsgroups.
Email Forwarding Services - These services will forward your email from an existing email account to another account.
Bigfoot http://www.bigfoot.com/ This service will forward email from your email account to another email address. This is very useful when you are on vacation. Also has ability to distribute and filter messages. A premium (paid) service is available with more options.
HotPop http://www.bigfoot.com/ HotPop provides a full featured email client, with POP capabilities and email forwarding.
Return Receipt Services - Sometimes you just have to know that an email was received by someone. The problem is that support for return receipts is dependent upon email client, and can be turned off entirely by user! These services get around that problem.
ReturnReceipt http://www.returnreceipt.com/ ReturnReceipt is a web-based email system that notifies you when your email has been received and read. It functions much like U.S. Postal System's certified mail, with senders receiving an electronically "postmarked" receipt documenting exact time and date an email was read. Use it for all your important email and anytime you need proof your email was read.
Miscellaneous email services - Some services that are useful but do not fit into above categories.
OneHopMail http://www.bluefingers.com/ohmhtml/ohm_send.html This service is very cool. Let's say you are on road and need to send an email message. You want it to appear as if you sent it from your home email but cannot access (or don't want to for some reason) your email account. Use HopMail to enter your email address and a message. The service will send a test message to your email account. If message makes it okay, it will send your message on it's way, as if it came from you.
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