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Free webmail account @geekzonemail.com

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 19-Aug-2007 09:39

We have just registered an exclusive geekzonemail.com domain to provide our readers with free hosted e-mail powered by Windows Live.

When you sign up for Geekzonemail you get a full web-based e-mail service powered by Microsoft Windows Live Hotmail and includes includes a @geekzonemail.com e-mail address of your choice, which is also a Windows Live ID that allows you to log in to services such as Windows Live, Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Spaces and more.

All accounts come with 5 GB (gigabytes) of free storage, antivirus scanning for attachments, contacts management, and calendar.

You can access your Geekzonemail through the webmail interface, mobile browser or using the free Microsoft Outlook Connector to access the service directly from within Microsoft Outlook 2003 or Microsoft Outlook 2007.

The geekzonemail.com ID can be used to login into Windows Live for Windows Mobile on your Pocket PC or Smartphone, providing you with free push e-mail to your smart device, plus access to Live Messenger. You can also use Windows Live Mail client.

If you want an email address use my contact page.

Get a free email account @geekzonemail.com

This is not only for our Geekzone readers, but for everyone who wants a new e-mail address.


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