Good "Junk" E-mail Address to have

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Anyone knows of a good Junk Email address to have, that can hold lots and lots of email and storage?

And also has a good measure of dependability? I guess if its just for junk, or to sort and separate the good from the junk, the quality most wanted would be storage and volume capacity.

If whats being sent is really, really good useful stuff, I could always cancel and reapply with my main email address.

Tired of my main Email address getting overloaded with stuff.

I can't tell the stuff I REALLY want vs spam or some free stuff I requested for, or cancelled.

My main email is Juno, but I am thinking about changing as their spam filter is not so good, coupled with their "sponsored" email offers.

Now, does all email services deliver this "sponsored offer" type emails?

I think a BETTER service would be put ALL sponsored offers "for THAT day" in ONE email, and give the choice of whether to look at them to pick which ones are interesting or delete ALL sponsored offers in one click.

Maybe some of these email addresses host would be better served , both to client and customer to put all offers in ONE email, so instead of charging, they charge CPA, CPC,PPC,.......so they won't get avalanched with offers if they were free except if someone clicks, charge sponsors 5 cents to a dollar to be put in this bulk "folder" for ALL sponsored/cpa/ppc offers for THAT day, in addition to the ppc/cpa charge.

Rather than AOL filtering so brutally, filter spam,yes, but have one email for ALL sponsored offers in that one email, make more money, I would think.

Now watch somebody make money off this idea, dammit....:-)

The 13 th Warrior
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamie Iaconis
    Hi,

    Not sure if it will be a good fit, but you
    might want to try out Yahoo for email...

    Lots of capacity and if you are not using it as your
    main email, then I think it's a good choice!

    Jamie
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    • Profile picture of the author The 13th Warrior
      Yahoo, huh?

      Thanks, thats one to check out.

      The 13 th Warrior
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  • I'd use Google Mail. I use them for my regular email but seeing as you want lots and lots of storage I think they'd be great as a 'junk' address too. I currently use mail.com for my junk but it's not that great and I don't know what their storage capacity is.

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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Mason
    I use both Yahoo and Gmail. I personally like Gmail better, but with Yahoo you can organize better and make different folders. With Gmail, they have "labels" for "coversations," which they say is better, but I am old fashioned and like Yahoo's folders better. Both options have a lot of storage space.
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  • Profile picture of the author BigMick
    I've used, Yahoo, Hotmail and Gmail and must say gmail is by far the best.

    You get over 7Gb of space on gmail which is monsterous.

    It has labels instead of folders which I've adjusted to well. You label every email you want to keep by giving it a descriptive name, something you'll remember in the future. To view an email that has been labelled, you find the label, which are located on the left side of the screen, and click on it. An inbox will show up with all of the emails stored under that label name.

    You can set up filters to filter all of your email into those lables you've created or filter a particular email address into a particular label. It's very simple to set all of this up.

    Hope it helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author The 13th Warrior
      Originally Posted by AnarchyAds View Post


      Hotmail has better deliverability and recievability than yahoo
      Hotmail also has folders you can manage to keep things sorted.
      That I know of, Gmail is just one big common inbox...pages and pages of it.

      Originally Posted by Inisheer View Post


      With Gmail, they have "labels" for "coversations," which they say is better, but I am old fashioned and like Yahoo's folders better. Both options have a lot of storage space.

      Originally Posted by BigMick View Post


      It has labels instead of folders which I've adjusted to well. You label every email you want to keep by giving it a descriptive name, something you'll remember in the future. To view an email that has been labelled, you find the label, which are located on the left side of the screen, and click on it. An inbox will show up with all of the emails stored under that label name.

      You can set up filters to filter all of your email into those lables you've created or filter a particular email address into a particular label. It's very simple to set all of this up.

      Looks like Hotmail and Gmail are the ones to look at.

      Don't know if I could get used to Gmails labeling "EACH" email vs putting it into a named folder.

      Thanks for the information.

      The 13 th Warrior
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