10 Best Commonly Used Email Addresses Providers

Picture this: You’re looking to streamline your digital communication. You yearn for a reliable, feature-packed email provider that gets the job done, minus the frustration. But where do you start? What’s the crème de la crème of email services? Well, buckle up because I’m about to spill the beans. Here’s a rundown of the ten best commonly used email providers.

1. Gmail

Getting started with Gmail is a breeze. To create a new account, head over to the Gmail homepage and click “Create account”. You’ll be asked to fill out some basic information, and voila – your Gmail account is ready.

To compose a new email, simply click on the “+ Compose” button on the left. You’ll notice a clean, user-friendly interface, where you can add recipients, a subject, and your message. Click on “Send” when you’re done.

You can organize your inbox by creating labels (similar to folders) by right-clicking on any email and selecting “Move to”. Here, you can create a new label or move the email to an existing one.



2. Outlook

To sign up for Outlook, visit their homepage and click “Create free account”. Fill in your details, and you’re good to go.

The “Focused Inbox” feature is truly a godsend. It separates your inbox into “Focused” and “Other”, keeping less important emails out of your way. To enable it, go to “Settings” > “View all Outlook settings” > “Mail” > “Focused Inbox”, and toggle the switch on.


3. Yahoo Mail

Yahoo Mail sign up process is straightforward. Visit the Yahoo Mail page and click “Sign up”. Enter your details and create your account.Yahoo Mail shines when it comes to customization. Click on the gear icon in the top right to access “Settings”, then click on “More Settings”. Here, you can personalize your inbox layout, enable dark mode, and much more.

Yahoo Mail

4. ProtonMail

ProtonMail requires a bit more time to set up due to its security measures. Visit their website, click “Get your encrypted email account”, and follow the prompts.

When sending an email, you have the option to make it “self-destruct” after a certain period. Click on the clock icon at the bottom when composing an email, and set a time limit. After that, the email will be deleted from both your sent folder and the recipient’s inbox.


5. Zoho Mail

Signing up for Zoho Mail is done from their website. Click on “Sign Up Now” and follow the prompts.

To create a new folder for your emails, right-click on the “Folders” section on the left panel, and choose “Add Folder”. You can then drag and drop emails to this folder for better organization.

Zoho Mail

6. Apple Mail

Apple Mail requires an Apple ID. If you don’t have one, you can create it here.

The smart mailbox feature is handy for organizing emails based on specific criteria. Click on “Mailbox” in the top menu and then “New Smart Mailbox”. Here, you can set the rules for what emails this mailbox will contain.

Apple Mail

7. GMX Mail

GMX registration is simple and straightforward. Visit their website and click on “Sign Up”. Fill in the necessary details, and you’re set.

To send large attachments, click on “Compose Email” and then on the paperclip icon to add attachments. You can add files up to 50 MB in size.

GMX Mail

8. Fastmail

To sign up for Fastmail, visit their website, click on “Sign Up” and choose a plan.

To use the search functionality, just type your query into the search bar at the top. You can search by sender, date, attachment type, and much more. The results appear as you type, making it super efficient.


9. Mail.com

Head over to the Mail.com homepage and click “Sign Up”. Here, you can select your unique domain.

To manage your email from other providers, click on the “Settings” cog in the top right, and select “Mail Collector”. Here, you can add your other email accounts, and check all your emails from one place.


10. Tutanota

Rounding off our list is Tutanota, a secure mail service that encrypts your entire mailbox. With a free account, you get 1 GB of storage. Tutanota is open-source, meaning an army of developers are constantly working to improve its security features.


You can sign up for Tutanota here.

So, there you have it, the ten best commonly used email providers. But remember, the best service is the one that meets your specific needs and integrates well with your workflow. Explore, experiment, and make the digital world your oyster.

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Benjamin Johnson

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