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nonymous
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join:2003-09-08
Glendale, AZ

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reply to Frydays

Re: top 5 safest and most secure email providers ?

I still like the free google apps with my own domain.

Like someone else said receipts should not include your whole credit card number. Bank info the same. You just need to point your records at wherever you bought your domain to google apps for the email. Relatively simple. Nowhere near setting up your own server and did I say it s free. You can get your email online or use POP or IMAP .
With common sense it is secure enough for me. Like said I never send a credit card number in whole through the email.
Some may chime in about privacy etc. Yet Google has way more money than me and stealing my email would be less than nothing for them.
I have my own domain and Google tends to have very good spam blocking and other mail routing features.
So with say a cheap Godaddy domain and the free Google Apps you would to me have a very nice setup.
Then if you get more knowledgeable you can set up your own hosted server later.