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    Filter Dog Eating Your Emails Emails Somewhere In Cyberspace

    By lighthouse

    False FilteringHow many times have you had to change your internet provider and then go through the hassle of letting all your contacts know your new email address?

    Wouldn’t it be simpler to have an email account that you would not have to bother with making changes because of internet provider changes? What
    about also having one that you can always access from any internet connected computer no matter where in the world you are?

    Something else you might want to consider, do you receive the emails you
    want to get in your inbox? Some of those wonderful spam filters are blocking
    or moving your emails to junk email folders. Ever have friends tell you that
    they did not get your email? There are a couple places you can get free email
    accounts, that are accessible from any computer, (with your username and password), that do a good job of blocking real spam, but also let the legitimate email get to you at a high percentage rate.

    You might also consider that some email services are using the "spam" excuses to block out some email in order to keep you at their site, (where they can show you their advertising). There is more to this than meets the eye. Was it oops we blocked it cause we thought it was spam, or was it oops we blocked it, so we could keep you at our site, so we could make more money?

    You will experience unwanted email no matter where you have an email account, but you might like the assurance of getting the email you prefer to receive. Our top picks for free online email are, (hands down), Yahoo and Gmail.


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