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GoDaddy because that is where my domains are from.
My website vendor is also my primary email vendor - but we also use godaddy for our secondary domains - they have the best anti-spam measures included in the email support.
Panama City, FL
I have a gmail account, but I don't like the inability to auto sort easily and so I use my bellsouth.net account mainy. It's currently run by yahoo after the merger with at&t (the devil) a few years ago.
Sally K. & David L. Hanson I have my email account through GoDaddy - came along with the domain name purchase and since then...
I use gmail. Works well for me!
I have Gmail and my company email in tandem. IF one goes down I do not loose email. Under normal circumstances I have two copies of every email.
Golden Meadow, LA
We use Microsoft 365 through Go Daddy. We have had no complaints and great customer service. A
I have Ymail and Gmail, both seems to work well.
Gmail, Yahoo, Mail dot com, Live (Microsoft).
I can create throw-away accounts or delete account when Spammers or Scammers show up.
I have gmail and Outlook, and really like how Outlook can organize it. Gmail is not as easy.
I’ve had great luck with gmail. I keep separate accounts for clients, non-client emails, personal, etc.
Gmail. I have had them for a long time. I like the fact that my emai address is the same no matter who my internet provider is.
I have several as we all need to have a back-up. Gmail is #1
Gmail. It works for me and I have no complaints.
I use a hosted Microsoft Exchange server. Very convenient and all on the cloud as well as the individual computer.
Hi Sally & David - I've been using iContact for several years and I'm very happy with them. It's easy to design an e-mail any way I want, the analytics are extensive and useful, and the cost is very reasonable..
Go Daddy, aol and gmail.
After going through many that have crashed and burned through the 90's and early 2000's, we have settled with a stable company with no complaints in the past decade, Google.
Same as Michael Thacker | Realtor | Real Estate Professional Louisville, KY Homes for Sale & Marketing
I use my personal web hosting email accounts because I can control things better like adding as many email accounts as I want, unlimited storage, and it goes with me what ever happens to my brokerage email, which has changed names and emails twice since I've been there. Much easier just to forward those email to my own email account. I refuse to use gmail as it states in their terms they will collect your data to sell to third parties. Sorry, but I have the fiduciary duty to protect my clients data.
GoDaddy Unlimited Webmail - unlimited storage
Gmail and the company service provided by my broker.
Sally K. & David L. Hanson My email provider is Verizon. I signed up for FiOS Internet, TV and Telephone service.
I Use yahoo and one from my web site
through google, I have email@example.com..... everything that goes to my old Juno is sent to the new email.... had one of the team members set it up for me.....
I use gmail as well as the email service provided by our MLS.
I have also used email tied to my websites.
For general use, I am satisfied with gmail.
Thanks for the question.
I run my Outlook through Time Warner. But I run my emails through Go-Daddy service and have been very happy with it.
I use Yahoo, ymail. My husband loves gmail, but ymail works best for me. It is easy to set up folders to store all of your transactions in. I haven't had any issues.
I like Jennifer Mackay utilize my website vendor as my email provider.
I use Gmail in tandem with my ISP email.
Good morning Sally. I use Microsoft 365, it has been a natural progression, since it was my first operating system. It worked just fine, so there was no reason to switch.
Thunderbird that is the same as a gmail. But I also have a few others for different purposes, including some business emails ( 2 from BP office and bunch from my RE website).