better mail service than hotmail and yahoo

I just found this great mail service and wanted to share the information with you because it offers :
250 MB Mailbox size upgradable FREE
30 MB attachment size (yahoo and Gmail give 20MB, whereas hotmail gives only 10Mo at most)
Free POP, IMAP, PDA and WAP Access
Free Auto responders and forwarders
90 days limit idle account expiration (yahoo, hotmail and Gmail expire yours after 30 days)
Double Anti-Virus Protection
99 % No Spam Policy => What you get is what you asked for !
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snipped-for-privacy@lunarismail.info wrote:

Wait, it's okay to advertise your spam but you block other people's? FOAD
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On 31 Jan 2006 21:06:01 -0800, } wrote:

Found some spam? Believe that one good (bad) spam deserves another?

Free of what? Would that be free of privacy? Also, we don't need the inappropriate use of upper-case letters, there's plenty of evidence of spam already.

Think about why you're sending such huge emails.

But no SMTP. You have to use the website to send mail, and view even more spam while waiting. This is to give you ideas to use in your own spanning.

Great for spammers!

Very important when you've been cough spamming, and need to keep quiet for awhile as you're working on your next spam.

That's really Anti Virus-Protection. Carefully-written code intercepts and disables all AV software, then sends the virus again to make sure you'll get it (with some spam too, since you like that).

That would be inbound spam. Outbound spam is what this thing's for!

But remember Nancy Reagan (just say no).
"But I don't liiiiiiiiiiiiiiike spam!!!"
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