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  1. Gotta love their spiel – Attachment sizes remain small and restrictive, and ads plague certain email systems. – and then down below – maximum attachment size 10 MB
    :-)

  2. A Venture Forth » Blog Archive » 30gigs.com and the Thin Client Computer Tuesday, October 4, 2005

    [...] Update2 (10/4/05): MailNation is now offering 1000GB email accounts (via Om). [...]

  3. i signed up, it works…i sent a 8 mb attachment to myself and it worked..well, for how long?

  4. How does a terabyte of e-mail storage sound?

    Om Malik points to MailNation.net, a free e-mail service offering — get this — a terabyte of storage. That’s 500 times what Google’s GMail offers (though GMail’s allotment is growing all the time, currently up to 2.6 gigabytes). You can…

  5. madhu venkatesan Tuesday, October 4, 2005

    it sucks cauz it doesnt support safari.. i hate using firefox.. it could be just me but ya, until firefox fixes that stupid scrolling issue on powerbooks i wont use it.. maybe imap sounds nice.. but something weird happened.. as soon as i created a new account, 5 seconds later i get 20 mails, all junk addressed to a diff name but my new mail address, something is fishy..

  6. Is it just me or are these two sites freaking other people out too. Shady indeed. The other question that pops to my mind is; what good is a Terabyte mailbox if you can only send and receive 10MB at a time?

  7. MySpace Video Codes Tuesday, October 4, 2005

    I think this should be taken with a pinch of salt until we…hear more. Who would need that much space anyway?

  8. www.gadgetguy.de – The GadgetGuy Wednesday, October 5, 2005

    1000 GB free email storage

    Just saw that on Om’s blog:
    http://www.mailnation.net/
    “MailNation Solutions developed after years of exhaustive competition in the Emailing industry. Small email companies have come and go, while large email companies such as Gmail (R),…

  9. So: time to write the IMAP filesystem? With 10MB ‘blocksize’… FUSE is almost in the standard kernel.

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