Fastmail, as the name suggests simply sprints into your account. It is the fastest e-mail service I have come across. It allows only one free account per person, and regularly scans and deletes multiple free signups. It has a secure login button, again ensuring that privacy is given top priority. The free account has 25 MB free space and can be upgraded with a free account from 100 MB to 10GB space. It provides all tools for composing rich text. The user interface is quite simple and has been kept to the minimum. We wish it had some e-mail organizing abilities.
Zoho is a complete business app, which is quick and has abundant features to take care of your business. This free e-mail service account can also be used for personal use and has the standard features with a neat interface and basic colour themes. You can attach Google docs and Zoho docs, which has been integrated right into the e-mail service. Besides, the interface shows features like Links, Calendar, Tasks, Notes. It also has some handy productive, business and collaborative features.
Mail.com’s interface has an uncluttered, sophisticated look. It comes with simple features suiting the needs of a business honcho, and it is fast. Crafted for simple, personal use, it comes with unlimited storage space, and also promises to keep users’ mailboxes least troubled by spam and viruses. This e-mail box shows some social network integration of Facebook and Twitter. Here again, we miss smarter ways of mail organizing, making it apt for those who need it for basic e-mail purposes.
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Gmail is feature-loaded, but if you want to try something new then these options are just apt. Yes, they do come with some room for improvement, but they do have the potential to become alternatives to Gmail. Do let us know if you have used any of these e-mail services or know of a service better than the ones we mentioned above.