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Email Freeware

There is currently no competition for Gmail. This is the email account I recommend for permanent use. If you ever have to change your ISP, you will lose your email account with them. Gmail is permanent and you can have as many accounts as you like. There are so many benefits to Gmail that outclasses the rest that they are too many to list here. I recommend you research it thoroughly.

Your Google Docs, Calendar, Chat, SMS, Video and Voice (soft phone with a Google Voice number) are right there on the Gmail interface. You get almost 8GB of free storage in which you can save/archive all of your emails that you want. At this time, I would not settle for anything less!


Disposable Email

Disposable email is mainly intended for use with sites that require email to register or download software where you do not want to risk your personal email to spam. Never send or knowingly receive sensitive information via disposable email.

LIST OF DISPOSABLE EMAIL ADDRESS SERVICES

Privacy: THERE IS NONE. Expect that any disposable email you send or have sent can and will be viewed by anyone. Simply put, anyone can read anyone else's email on most disposable email. By design, there is simply no way to insure only you have access to any given email. There are some that claim privacy, but I wouldn't trust it.


MAKING AND RECEIVING CALLS IN GMAIL

In addition to calling a phone number in Gmail via Google Chat, you can also receive calls if you have a Google Voice account. If you already have a Google Voice account, it must use the same username as the Gmail account you wish to receive calls in. If you aren't a Google Voice user, yet, you can upgrade for free if you are in the United States.

Make cheap international calls with your Google number. Manage all of your phone numbers to call through your Google Voice number. Send free text messages. Place calls and send text messages showing your Google number without using phone minutes - it uses data channels. Listen to voicemail and read transcripts.

To receive calls in Gmail:

  • Make at least one outbound call from Gmail.
  • In Google Voice, navigate to Voice settings under the gear icon.
  • In the Phones tab, click the check box next to Google Chat.

If you wish to edit the settings for this forwarding phone, click the Edit button. You can disable Gmail as a forwarding phone simply by un-checking the box next to Google Chat.

When you receive a call in Gmail, a call window will appear with a ringtone. If you do not hear the ringtone, please check to make sure your sound is not muted. To accept the call, simply press the Answer button. You can ignore a call by clicking the Ignore button.