e-mail service

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e-mail service

Typically refers to a Web-based e-mail provider such as Google and Yahoo. For a directory of e-mail sites, visit www.emailaddresses.com. Some of the major sites follow. See e-mail interfaces.

    www.gmail.com

    www.juno.com  (Web and non-Web)

    www.mail.com

    www.mail.aol.com

    www.outlook.com  (formerly Hotmail)

    www.yahoo.com

    www.zoho.com

    www.bigfoot.net  (forwarding)
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ATLANTA -- A new survey conducted by email service provider Silverpop found that when it comes to gathering email addresses for marketing campaigns, tactics that work well on one side of the Atlantic don't necessarily succeed on the other side.