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Fusemail.com is now switched to version 2.0 of its webmail. It is great. I'm having a basic plan with them and I'm happy with it. It gives quite large storage space, IMAP/Webmail access, and tons of features you will never find in any other place or any mail client.
It can fuse (fetch) mails from other servers even from Yahoo and Hotmail. You can subscribe to RSS feeds. Different secure ports for those behind a firewall. Aliases and rule system which will help those receiving large number of emails everyday. Specially if you have you own domain name I really suggest it and if you don't fusemail itself provide you with many different choices.
I myself have different aliases @pooyak.com which I use for different tasks and email received by each of these aliases automatically go to corresponding folder.

Try the user:demo pass:demo in Version 2.0 web interface. Right click on folders and emails to see how good it is.

And they give me free months if I refer you to them. My promotional code is 29374.

- Fusemail.com Get yourself an account there now.

Posted to Network by pooya at March 7, 2005 10:19 AM

Posted by: HoDaK at March 7, 2005 12:07 PM

I prefer to say about ur Photos (!) there r interesting But I think it goes to a better way if u mix ur imagination to choose them ;) !

Posted by: Pooya at March 7, 2005 05:08 PM

You mean the images on the posts, like the FuseMail one?

Posted by: Swaroop C H at March 9, 2005 09:56 AM

Does it allow threaded view? I couldn't actually make that out using the demo.

- Swaroop

Posted by: Pooya at March 9, 2005 10:21 AM

No, unfortunately not. It is not supporting threaded view in the web interface but as you have IMAP access you can use your own choice of mail client such as Thunderbird. Fusemail team is known to listen to their customers a lot. In their forums people suggest different functionalities and they implement some of them. Threaded view were one of the reqeusted features, and if you request that too they may think of implementing that.

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