Getting hold of an email account is easy. Sign up with an ISP and you’ve got one account for starters. Creating an account with Google and other big names will get you more. Buy a decent web hosting package and you’ll probably get enough email addresses to power a large business, all for no extra charge.
Getting the right email account is more difficult, as there’s a lot to consider. What are the spam filters like? How easy is it to keep your inbox organized? Can you access the account from other email clients? And what about using the service with a custom domain and address of your own (email@example.com)?
Keep reading and we’ll highlight some of the best email providers around. All have decent free services, perhaps with ads and some limits, but we’ll also talk about their business-friendly commercial products which deliver the power, functionality and enterprise-level extras that demanding users need.
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The best email services of 2019 are:
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