namezero.com<br>You get the domain within few days, you get webmail and POP with unlimited aliases. For example email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, etc. Also you get your domain name with unlimited subdomains. Such as something.yourdomain.com, whatever.yourdomain.com, etc. All the emails and subdomains can be forwarded to email addresses and URLs respectively.<br><br>
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Both sound like pretty good deals. 2GB of space for $17 sounds fantastic, I wonder if that price is still valid, though. Well, I think all I really "need" right now is unlimited POP mail to take the place of my mac.com. maybe I'll check out that namezero thing. Since mail is all I'm really looking for, I guess anything under $100/year is a good deal, huh? <br><br>
#11282 - 08/25/0209:03 PMRe: Email-only on .Mac
Thanks for directing this thread away from all the whining about e-mail only unavailibility. I hate all this rehashing of crap. <br><br>-----------------<br>Monotonous Rant ends here<br><br>stop that vesch before I viddy over and smash you something horrorshow
uh..damn...not sure if you are bitching or thanking him?<br><br>The original question in the first post was about converting to .Mac and whether you can convert it to just email, which you can't do right now, for free anyways.<br><br>
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