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Fred Griffin - I have my domain name based email for all business purpose - however, everything gets into Gmail reservoir - and goes out at firstname.lastname@example.org - my branded business email.
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I use both a mac.com and a gmail account. the gmail account is the one that Daisy Duck uses to sign onto sites that require registration.
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gmail - my email@example.com actually feeds directly to gmail - I can only check one email account! two would overwhelm me.
I know, I use ymail.com but should have my own.
I primarily use Gmail for my business but do also use my website and CRM email.
I use two so every work email comes in duplicate in case of an outage, one is the brokerage email and the other Gmail.
I use the email provided by the regional MLS and gmail. In the past, I have extensively used domain based email in my name.
We use the Microsoft Office Version through Go Daddy. It is what many firms use, and we have been bery happy with it. We have emails through icloud for other uses. A
I have more than one account but all business comes to gmail but I use a virtual email address which I have had for years and direct it.
I have a domain email, and have three emails. Comcast doesn't always work well, so have gmail too.
Domain based for work. Gmail for personal. Never the two shall meet.
I have an aol account.
I use Go-Daddy for my server and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. From GoDaddy it's linked to my Outlook, which I've used for almost 20 years.
I have many emails, mostly through gmail and one through my office domain.
Good morning Fred. I use Microsoft Outlook. I do have a Gmail account as well, but don't use it very much.
Good morning Fred. I use Gmail. I don't have anything to do with microshaft or Comcrap.
Company-based, Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook, personal domain-based email. All of it. I have way too many but each serves a purpose.
Domain-based for correspondance, yahoo when dealing with my scheduler.
I have several. Started on AOL way back when - now it's only to sign up for non-real estate related sites that I think may spam me. I only check it once a Millennium so---hmm, maybe I'll check it this week, while it's slower.
I had a real estate related Hotmail account when I was at a small independent without reliable email. It's pretty much dormant this days.
I use my company email for most things but still keep a business Gmail account, as Noah said, in case the company email goes down.
I have office email and gmail. Also a google account for one of my facebook business pages.
Fred Griffin google apps then import into outlook software
I use my old fashioned AOL account and a comcast email.
Yes I have about 10 but 5 are used most often. Gmail & yahoo paid are best. I gave up with the website based email as that never worked well for very long. My RE/MAX email is not even stable.
I switched over from MSN to Microsoft & it's never worked right since. So in the gawwwbiggge.
I have email domain based emails as well as my ISP email ... all working in Outlook. It's been that way for years and I like the ease of use.
I have a gmail account that I use. My brokerage email gets forwarded to that. I like the ease of gmail on my phone.
Fred Griffin One email account with my ISP provider.
Google and others of thier ilk struck the holy grail of gold mines when they started offering email services. The information they make available to their advertisers is phenomenal. If you want to keep your life private, the best emails to have is based on your own private domain name through a hosted ISP. 2nd best way to preserve your privacy is by using email offered through your ISP. 3rd and least private are the big search engines, computer, and software companies. They love filtering through your information.
For those of you who use your company email in all of your corrospondence and marketing material. I know several people that make serious bank all because those emails are no longer valid. You moved to a new company and failed to keep your old clients updated about your move.
I use gmail. It's become acceptable and it works.
I have several e-mails... company and free ones
yes on all questions....
all of the above. I have and use my domain one for advertising and publishing places, but I use others as well. I even have one just for on line shopping. I use it for that because those people tend to sell it often. I get a LOT of junk in there.
I have a domain email, and about 10 Gmail accounts. I use the domain for work, and gmail for everything else.
Gmail has worked better and been more reliable for me than anything else
My personal email is askmary.yonkers@gmail and my business is maryyonkers@HowardHanna.com
Which one do you use, Fred Griffin?
Lots of gmail accts, and a few ms and yahoo accts.
I use Gmail as it has worked better for me than anything else. Clients seem to trust it as well. I have about 8 email accounts for both of my businesses, personal, a general box, etc.
I use Yahoo- Works well and goes with me if I change anything. Plus so much easier for clients to type. If I had a domain name email it would be Shanna4stl.com or STLrealesate.com, etc...