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Yahoo mail vs Gmail, size doesn't matter!

Written by IT News on 8:58 PM

Yahoo Mail LogoAs you may know, both yahoo and google offer free services for webmail. Gmail is the first offering large amount of mailbox capasity folowed by yahoo. Yahoo is now offer a higher storage capacity (unlimited storage, compared to its previous 1000MB).

Gmail Logo Gmail offers 1GB (1000MB) of storage. But is not easy to register if you are common user and don't have enough knowledge on proxy. Right now, Gmail is only available to people who are invited by other existing Gmail users.

I’ve been a long time using Yahoo Mail. Ever since I shut my account some years ago, and left all my other free email accounts, I’ve been loyal to Yahoo Mail. I found an auction for Gmail invitation on eBay, I suggest you don't need to pay for free mail service, yahoo is now offring unlimited size of storage.

I need your comment regarding this issue, which one is realy good to have?

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  1. 3 comments: Responses to “ Yahoo mail vs Gmail, size doesn't matter! ”

  2. By Anonymous on July 10, 2007 at 12:31 AM

    GMail has almost 3GB of free storage, a better interface than Yahoo Mail, 20 MB attachments and anyone can sign up for an account at

  3. By IT News on July 10, 2007 at 11:23 PM

    Well, thanks so much for your comment

  4. By Ethan on July 30, 2007 at 7:59 AM

    I've used both Yahoo! and Gmail. But i've converted to BigString. Check it out.

    Here's some info if your interested:
    BigString (, the new free webmail program, offers revolutionary features. When you send mail from your BigString account, you are protected. BigString is like an automatic shredder for your email. You can self-destruct or change an email that's already been sent or read. Don't leave your messages sitting in peoples' inbox forever.

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