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What is a good reliable web-based email client?

My account at mail.com is down again. Haven't had these issues in a few years.
But it's been 24 hours. A couple years back they changed available addresses and I lost
one account there. Never recovered anything from it, it was so quick.

It is a major pain to migrate my personal business account to another place. And even
then how do you re-archive account contents. Can't be done to preserve the original email
headers I think.

Fortunately I use separate accounts for other things, but most of those are not
used at all so I have no idea if they're reliable.

Is gmail any good?

Yahoo mail now offers the capability to integrate all Yahoo mail accounts into one.
Boy that would be confusing. And I don't want personal business with my family account.

Can you integrate just two Yahoo accounts?

So I'm seeking a free non-Yahoo email provider that is reliable.

I'd be interested to hear others' solutions to their voluminous email.


Thanks all!

Posted by bucolic_frolic | Thu Aug 6, 2015, 04:21 PM (7 replies)

All is Not As Well As They Keep Telling Us

Corporate jobs require corporate applications.

For the self-employed, without recent outside the home work history
and recent references, one cannot complete the applications and
submit them.

Small businesses seem lazy. They only want specific experience. When
did jobs become a laundry list of tasks, skills, performance, relentless
striving every hour of every working day forever before and after this
job that pays $9 an hour?

Time was you have a degree, you apply. It's assumed you work hard, know
how to type, use a computer, relate well to people, want to contribute to
the business and help it grow. You're not a low-life. Now everyone is treated
like a closet low-life.

Who would want to work for these paranoid types anyway?

I've spent hours reading self-employment books by guru Bob Kiyosaki. I know he's
written books with Mr. Trump, but I ignore that part, because I need to improve
my motivation and desire to be responsible for my own business, my own bottom
line. That standup sense of self, that spring in your mind and step is what makes it
happen for me.

The barriers from the corporate world are absolutely ridiculous. According to them, I lack
the skills and background to work in a pet store. Seriously? I could manage the stupid place
but can't get my foot in the door because I haven't owned a cat or dog. The employees that
are in there are the laziest simpletons in town. They can barely sweep the floor, and lack
the confidence to manage anything.

The job world is sick. Very sick. America's productivity is kaput.
Posted by bucolic_frolic | Tue Jul 28, 2015, 07:54 PM (10 replies)

Auschwitz Guard Convicted Of 300,000 Counts Of Accessory To Murder

A 94-year-old former SS sergeant who served at the Auschwitz death camp has been convicted on 300,000 counts of accessory to murder.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/oskar-groening-auschwitz-guard-convicted_55a61546e4b0896514cfc150?cps=gravity_3967_609425028786887048
Posted by bucolic_frolic | Wed Jul 15, 2015, 06:59 AM (2 replies)

Senator Rand Paul's Libertarian Environment Voting Record

2014 Score = 0%
Lifetime Score = 9%

http://scorecard.lcv.org/moc/rand-paul

Ron Paul always argued, let the environment be litigated in court. Can YOU put up the
bucks to tackle multinationals in Federal Court???

I always refer to him as Ayn Rand Paul. Pro-corporate, pro-profits, anti-people, anti-regulation.
Coal, Oil, Gas.
Posted by bucolic_frolic | Mon Jun 29, 2015, 07:20 PM (2 replies)
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