Mail.Com Free Email Service Features

Express yourself with one of hundreds of domains offered by mail.com

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Mail.com from 1&1 Mail & Media distinguishes itself from other web email providers by offering a huge selection of unique domain names you can choose from for your email address. Webmail gives you increased accessibility through your preferred browser so you are no longer tied to your desktop computer. You can access your email wherever you can get on the internet.

The basic webmail service is free and it includes an email domain, mobile access, and the Mail Collector feature.

Top Features of a Free Mail.Com Account

The free email service includes:

  • File Storage: Mail.com includes 2GB of online storage for your files.
  • Mobile Service: Download free Android and iOS mail.com apps for easy access on your mobile phone or tablet.
  • Mail Collector: This capability makes it possible to collect email from your other email accounts and consolidate them in mail.com.
  • Online Calendar: Keep up with your commitments on any internet-connected device.
  • Anti-virus software: The anti-virus software identifies and removes malware, Trojans, rootkits, viruses, spyware, and other threats.
  • Spam filter: The spam filter minimizes annoying unsolicited email and protects you from malware embedded in emails.
  • Large attachment limit: Send attachments as large as 50MB in an email.

About Mail.Com Email Domains

Express yourself or your business by choosing a domain from the 200 offered. In addition to the obvious "mail.com" choice, you have choices that reflect professions, hobbies, tech, music, U.S. regions, world regions and spirituality.

A few examples are:

  • insurer.com
  • artlover.com
  • musician.org
  • teachers.org
  • chef.net
  • techie.com
  • cyberdude.com
  • solution4u.com
  • elvisfan.com
  • songwriter.net
  • nycmail.com
  • pacificwest.com
  • minister.com

So, you can be [your name]@cyberwizard.com or [your name]@engineer.com or any other of the 200 domains the site offers.

Free, But With Ads

A free mail.com account offers a great deal of functionality with one negative.

The service is ad-supported. If you want to do away with the ads, you'll need to upgrade your free account to a premium account. In addition to suppressing the ads, premium accounts include telephone support, POP3/IMAP online and offline capabilities, read receipts, mailbox personalization, and email forwarding.