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Any European Free Email Services

Registering for Data Protection in Spain

     
8:08 am on Aug 27, 2013 (gmt 0)

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For the last couple of years I have been sending and recieving all my emails (various accounts/domains) via Hotmail so that I have a backup of emails and can accessing them from any location/coputer.

I am in the process of registering for Data protection here in Spain (which is probably more stingent than some countries), and they object to Hotmail.

Can anyone point me to a service in Europe that might suit my needs?
8:27 am on Aug 27, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Hello maybe web.de
12:39 pm on Aug 27, 2013 (gmt 0)

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There are so many, perhaps you should define your requirements. I use a free account with UK2 for personal emails only but there are limitations and the spam filtering is nowhere near as aggressive as Hotmail.
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I guess there are going to be a lot. I'm looking for a web mail service that can pull my emails from various pop3's and be based on European servers with proper data protection.

I'm now looking at Mail.be which looks useful. I may have to pay for an upgraded account though.
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POP3 often requires an upgrade. Any EU based provider should be compliant with local data protection laws.