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Re: Gmail anyone ?

I read about Gmail awhile back, thought it a great idea. For myself,
though, I don't have the need for storage larger than I currently have
and I wouldn't want to use it and my comcast one and so have to check
both mail boxes. I think it would be a great idea for someone testing
out several ISPs and using the G-address as the more permanent address.
It would also be a good idea for someone not wanting their regular
address to be used for certain circumstances.

Nice of you to offer, Jim.

-------------- Original message -------------- 

> You may have read that Google cranked up an email service 
> called Gmail. It's web-based like hotmail or yahoo, but has a 
> semi-infinity of storage space on which you can do google 
> searches. 
> It's still in the beta phase, and addresses are yet difficult 
> to get. If you get one, you get six others to give away to 
> friends and relations. I got one in a devious manner, and so have 
> my lot of six to distribute. Anyone who'd like one is welcome 
> to ask. There's a long key which goes along with each invite, and 
> it may take me a while to locate my list of keys should anybody 
> inquire. 
> -jrf 
> -- 
> Jim Fisher 
> Vienna, Virginia USA 
> 38.9 N 77.2 W 
> USDA Zone 7 
> Max. 105 F [40 C], Min. 5 F [-15 C] 
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