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Mail.com - List of Over 200 Available Free Email DOMAINS etc

Nov 16th, 2015
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  1. Mail.com - List of Over 200 Available Free Email DOMAINS & Info About Their Service
  2. (User's Email address: "<chosen username>@<DOMAIN>")
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  4. Wikipedia page on Mail.com: "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mail.com"
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  6. [NOTE: Mail.com's homepage has a news portal with AP News stories. There is a Stylish User Style to remove the annoying floating Header Bar (with its horizontal progress strip that represents vertical page scroll position), that appears ONLY on Mail.com's News Article linked pages. The Stylish User Style, which affects only Mail.com's news article pages, is at:
  7. "https://userstyles.org/styles/124974/mail-com-delete-floating-header-horiz-scroll-bar".]
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  9. Mail.com's users are allowed up to 10 free email addresses (1 default plus 9 alias addresses), all of which deliver to the chosen "default address" inbox - only 1 login needed. (You can create temporary accounts to register for services that you think might sell your email address to spammers, then discard such temporary accounts at a whim, without ever exposing your primary default email address - and not need a separate login to such temporary email address, since all your alias addresses get delivered to your default email inbox).
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  11. "Free-for-life" web-based email - no need to upgrade to their pro, paid version ever - unless you want a Premium Service such as email forwarding, or delivery to POP email (download to your own computer's email client software).
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  13. I've had my Mail.com e-mail addresses for over 10 years, and I like the company. They are currently run by "1&1 Internet" - one of the largest internet website hosting companies in the USA - in partnership with United Internet AG (of Europe), a branch of GMX - with servers in Kansas USA, Germany, Asia, and elsewhere (see below). I recommend them. They were one of the first, if not the first, companies to offer free web-based email to individuals, after having served large corporate email clients for a long time. Unlike Gmail, Yahoo Mail, MSN Mail/Hotmail, or other web-based email providers, mail.com offers users their choice of over 200 domains (listed below) - your email address does NOT end with the provider's domain name (UNLESS you choose "...@mail.com", which is one of the choices). Your email addresses (10 free are available per user) can therefore be highly personalized - by occupation, interests, location, etc - see the whole list, below. In my more than 10 years with them, they only dropped one of the more than twenty domains I had used over the years, when they sold the "@scientist.com" domain. They gave several months' notice to transfer any remaining emails in the "@scientist.com" account before it was closed to Mail.com users. I've never had any lost emails with them - and I can't remember any time their servers were down. They were a huge company when I got my first free email account with them - they had been a corporate email provider to many international clients. They were originally based in Hong Kong, then IBM bought them, then they went through one other ownership change, then were bought by United Internet of Germany, who partnered with "1&1 Internet" in the United States, and also co-located servers in Kansas to serve US customers better. Through all the mergers and sales, they never skipped a beat in providing reliable service during the 10+ years I've used mail.com. They also provide 2GB free cloud storage.
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  15. From "http://www.gmx.com/company/about/#", which is branded with the "1&1" logo...
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  17. "GMX" is a branch of "United Internet AG", a listed company with a market cap of $5 billion. GMX is one of the world's most successful email providers, guaranteeing optimum performance with data centers located in Europe and in early 2008, unveiled a new high-tech data center in Lenexa, Kansas to cater specifically to US customers. United Internet's high speed data centers manage more than 11 million domains.
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  19. "The United Internet Group" was founded in 1988, and together with its sister companies, "1&1 Internet" and "Fasthosts", offers the largest Web hosting services across the globe. The Group's data centers set extremely high standards in excellence worldwide with 70,000 hosted servers and handles over 5 billion emails a month. More than 6,250 employees at locations in the United States, Europe and Asia are working hard each and every day to ensure the safety and ease for the GMX user, maintaining more than 13 million active email accounts."
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  21. Available Mail.com" Email Domains Listed by Categories
  22. (User Email address: "<chosen username>@<domain>")
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  24. Mail.com's website has a List of Available Domains, PLUS "Availability Checker"... Navigate their website links as follows to
  25. find their current page as follows: "www.mail.com/mail/" > click the underlined "huge selection of domains" link in the first
  26. paragraph. At both the top of the page, and the bottom of the page below their categorized list of available domains, there is
  27. a field to enter your chosen username, AND a field with a drop-down box to enter a chosen Domain; HOWEVER, the drop-down box
  28. only lists their "Top 20" domains. Look over their complete list on that page, pick the one you want, THEN CLICK IT. That
  29. however, takes you to the "Create Account" page, which requires filling all fields. There is no ability to use the "Check
  30. Availability" feature for other than the "Top 20" Domains. But the drop-down box on the "Create Account" page has ALL
  31. available domains. (At the time this was written, their "Check Availability" feature domain drop-down box has the design bug
  32. mentioned above - hey, I didn't design their website!) the list below can be quickly scanned to view Mail.com's available domains. My categories differ somewhat from the ones used by Mail.com.
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  34.  
  35. GENERIC EMAIL DOMAINS
  36. mail.com
  37. email.com
  38. iname.com
  39. greenmail.com
  40. groupmail.com
  41. homemail.com
  42. housemail.com
  43. mail-me.com
  44. myself.com
  45. planetmail.com
  46. planetmail.net
  47. post.com
  48. usa.com
  49. webname.com
  50. writeme.com
  51.  
  52. OCCUPATION (TECH & HEALTH)
  53. aircraftmail.com
  54. allergist.com
  55. archaeologist.com
  56. bsdmail.com
  57. chemist.com
  58. consultant.com
  59. cyber-wizard.com
  60. cyberdude.com
  61. cybergal.com
  62. cyberservices.com
  63. doctor.com
  64. dr.com
  65. engineer.com
  66. geologist.com
  67. graphic-designer.com
  68. hackermail.com
  69. linuxmail.org
  70. null.net
  71. optician.com
  72. orthodontist.net
  73. pediatrician.com
  74. photographer.net
  75. physicist.net
  76. programmer.net
  77. radiologist.net
  78. registerednurses.com
  79. surgical.net
  80. tech-center.com
  81. techie.com
  82. technologist.com
  83. therapist.net
  84.  
  85. OCCUPATION (NON-TECH)
  86. accountant.com
  87. adexec.com
  88. appraiser.net
  89. auctioneer.net
  90. bartender.net
  91. boardermail.com
  92. brew-master.com
  93. brew-meister.com
  94. chef.net
  95. clerk.com
  96. columnist.com
  97. comic.com
  98. consultant.com
  99. contractor.net
  100. counsellor.com
  101. deliveryman.com
  102. diplomats.com
  103. execs.com
  104. fastservice.com
  105. financier.com
  106. fireman.net
  107. hairdresser.net
  108. instruction.com
  109. instructor.net
  110. insurer.com
  111. journalist.com
  112. minister.com
  113. musician.org
  114. net-shopping.com
  115. photographer.net
  116. priest.com
  117. publicist.com
  118. qualityservice.com
  119. realtyagent.com
  120. repairman.com
  121. rescueteam.com
  122. salesperson.net
  123. secretary.net
  124. socialworker.net
  125. sociologist.com
  126. teachers.org
  127. umpire.com
  128. worker.com
  129. workmail.com
  130.  
  131. GROUP / ORGANIZATIONAL
  132. activist.com
  133. alumni.com
  134. alumnidirector.com
  135. clubmember.org
  136. diplomats.com
  137. disposable.com
  138. graduate.org
  139. greenmail.net
  140. legislator.com
  141. lobbyist.com
  142. nonpartisan.com
  143. politician.com
  144. presidency.com
  145. representative.com
  146.  
  147. HOBBY / PETS
  148. artlover.com
  149. bikerider.com
  150. birdlover.com
  151. blader.com
  152. catlover.com
  153. collector.org
  154. doglover.com
  155. gardener.com
  156. kittymail.com
  157. lovecat.com
  158. petlover.com
  159. snakebite.com
  160.  
  161. MUSICAL
  162. acdcfan.com
  163. dbzmail.com "Dragonball Z" (aka "Dragon Ball Z")
  164. discofan.com
  165. elvisfan.com
  166. galaxyhit.com
  167. hiphopfan.com
  168. keromail.com
  169. kissfans.com
  170. madonnafan.com
  171. metalfan.com
  172. musician.org
  173. ninfan.com (aka "Nine Inch Nails")
  174. ravemail.com
  175. reggaefan.com
  176. snakebite.com
  177. songwriter.net
  178.  
  179. WIMSICAL
  180. cheerful.com
  181. cutey.com
  182. doramail.com
  183. hilarious.com
  184. hot-shot.com
  185. humanoid.net
  186. innocent.com
  187. inorbit.com
  188. kittymail.com
  189. planetmail.com
  190. planetmail.net
  191. rocketship.com
  192. toke.com
  193. toothfairy.com
  194. tvstar.com
  195.  
  196. LOCATION
  197. africamail.com
  198. arcticmail.com
  199. asia.com
  200. asia-mail.com
  201. australiamail.com
  202. bellair.net
  203. berlin.com
  204. brazilmail.com
  205. californiamail.com
  206. chinamail.com
  207. dallasmail.com
  208. dublin.com
  209. dutchmail.com
  210. englandmail.com
  211. europe.com
  212. europemail.com
  213. germanymail.com
  214. irelandmail.com
  215. israelmail.com
  216. italymail.com
  217. koreamail.com
  218. mexicomail.com
  219. moscowmail.com
  220. munich.com
  221. nycmail.com
  222. pacific-ocean.com
  223. pacificwest.com
  224. planetmail.com
  225. planetmail.net
  226. polandmail.com
  227. safrica.com
  228. samerica.com
  229. sanfranmail.com
  230. scotlandmail.com
  231. spainmail.com
  232. swedenmail.com
  233. swissmail.com
  234. torontomail.com
  235. usa.com
  236. uymail.com ".uy" is the Internet country code
  237. top-level domain (ccTLD) for Uruguay
  238.  
  239. MISCELLANEOUS
  240. coolsite.net
  241. innocent.com
  242. marchmail.com
  243. post.com
  244. theplate.com
  245.  
  246. SPIRITUAL
  247. angelic.com
  248. atheist.com
  249. disciples.com
  250. innocent.com
  251. minister.com
  252. muslim.com
  253. oath.com
  254. priest.com
  255. protestant.com
  256. reborn.com
  257. reincarnate.com
  258. religious.com
  259. saintly.com
  260.  
  261. "...4u.com" (CAREFUL, these sound "Spammy")
  262. cash4u.com
  263. computer4u.com
  264. job4u.com
  265. solution4u.com
  266.  
  267. ADVICE: STAY AWAY FROM !!!...
  268.  
  269. 2trom.com Available from mail.com, but several spammers,
  270. scam artists, and fraudsters have used this
  271. domain - DO NOT USE IT !!! Any mail you send
  272. from it may be blocked by "Spam Black Lists"
  273. used by email providers to either block or
  274. deliver mail from those domains into "Spam"
  275. folders of their email clients. Additionally,
  276. any time you provide, or post online using,
  277. an email address <username>@2trom.com, you are
  278. likely to be assumed to be a scammer, and have
  279. your reputation trashed by cyber-commentators
  280. and trolls.
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