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Q: Web & POP3 mail outsourcing ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   2 Comments )
Subject: Web & POP3 mail outsourcing
Category: Business and Money > eCommerce
Asked by: lizardnation-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 08 Aug 2002 08:27 PDT
Expires: 07 Sep 2002 08:27 PDT
Question ID: 52187

I'm looking for companies which provide outsourcing e-mail services
for portals which can provide free and fee based services to end

I would like to provide limited free web mail with the possible
upgrade to more features and mailbox size expansions at a charge.

They should be capable of making the look and feel of the interface
close to the portal and be reliable.

Spam protection optional features would be wonderful.

Thank you.

Subject: Re: Web & POP3 mail outsourcing
Answered By: netcrazy-ga on 08 Aug 2002 13:11 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello lizardnation-ga,

Thank you for your question. It is always nice to see a question from
you :)

Out of the many services available on net, I was able to get hold of
only one free service. This service is available for a month for free
and after the trial period, they start charging. Webmail through Mail
Hungary is available for all companies and organizational units as
tailor-made services.

They provide a free month trial for 20 users. You can test their
services and once the trial period is over, they will contact you. has all the features you are looking for. It customizes
the interface to look like the portal. It also supports Spam filter. 
It gives both POP3 and web based options along with IMAP4 setup. They
are not free. They charge $24/year but this is for an individual. I
tried to search for a corporate price, but was not available. You can
contact them via phone on this number: 1-877-436-2457 or email to Click on the following link to get more details
about this service.
This is the online contact page to reach them.

HushMail Private Label also supports outsourcing but it gives
web-based solution only. It has a one-time setup price of $499.99 and
$1.99 per user per month for 5MB account. Check this page to find out
more about their system.

Here is one more paid outsourcing solution from They
also support POP3 and web based solution. Read more on this page about
their service.

EMUmail offers complete outsourcing solutions to meet your company's
email goals. They also charge for the initial setup and per user setup
per month. Find out more here.

This site also charges for outsourcing

A similar one from

Check out this one also. It has many options depending on the type of

One more from This one is also paid but they have not
given the pricing options.

Search terms used:

webmail and pop3 outsourcing
free webmail and pop3 outsourcing

I hope this will help you in selecting the best option for your
portal. If you need any clarification, do let me know. If you are
satisfied with this answer, then do rate it.

lizardnation-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
Thanks Netcrazy, covered my points of interest. :-)


Subject: Re: Web & POP3 mail outsourcing
From: lot-ga on 08 Aug 2002 13:49 PDT
I've used ( ) and freeservers ( ) they used to be totally free, their
charge structure has changed now.
Subject: Re: Web & POP3 mail outsourcing
From: lizardnation-ga on 10 Aug 2002 07:11 PDT
Hello Lot,

Thanks for the URLs, I'll check them out and see if they have a solution I can use.


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