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Bluebottle email buzzes the competition

Phil South - January 19, 2007

bloobottle.jpgBluebottle Freemail is the free version of the paid service, but you still get a lot of the cool features. You get a Spam Free Email, what they call “Trusted Delivery Anti-Spoofing” which filters out spam, access via webmail, POP3, and smtp, around 250Mb of storage and up to 10 Mb worth of attachments.

For a mere $9.95 you can sign up for virus checking and bigger limits, and for $24.95 you can go top of the line with 1Gb of storage, phone support and 30Mb file sizes. All sounds very nice, and I love the interface. Try the free opne for a while and see how you go.

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This entry was posted on Friday, January 19th, 2007 at 5:34 am and is filed under Business, Commercial, Developer, E-mail, Information Management, Main, Shareware, Web services. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.


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One Response to “Bluebottle email buzzes the competition”

  1. m cartwright Says:

    Bluebottle. Absolute garbage. Impossible to sign up, as you need to enter the displayed text which is just not legible.
    After about 30 tries I got 6 characters that I could identify and type in, but on the next page when entering an alternative email address for account activation details the same problem occurs with unrecognisable text needed to be entered.
    Unfortunately you only get 3 attempts here before you get punted back to the first screen.
    If I could give it 0 stars I would have.

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