Mail.com Reviews, Pricing, News, and Ratings

Learn about Mail.com' free professional email for small businesses. Includes info on Mail.com, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs

Updated on March 6th, 2019

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Mail.com is a free professional email service for small businesses. Features include file storage, mobile service, mail collector, and easy to use interface. Businesses use Mail.com to setup free email addresses.

Mail.com Pricing:

Mail.com is a free email service. Mail.com does not list pricing for its Premium version.

Mail.com Reviews
Mail.com Review:

Pros: More than 200 domains. Clean desktop interface. Unlimited storage.

Cons: Poor mail management functionality. Service been getting worse. Lacks antivirus.

Bottomline: Mail.com is a good free option that offers ease of use and unique domain names, but it is vulnerable to spam and viruses.

Mail.com News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity

October 26, 2018

1&1 launches new web hosting service

Mail.com Key Information:

Company

United Internet

Founder

Ralph Dommermuth

Founded

1988

Headquarters

Chesterbrook, Pennsylvania, US

CEO

Achim Weiss

Phone

440 (333) 336-5691

Address

1&1 Mail & Media Inc., 701 Lee Road, Chesterbrook PA

Website

www.mail.com/int/

Mail.com FAQs:

Is there a Mail.com free trial?

Mail.com is a free email service provider.

Where can I find the Mail.com login?

Go to mail.com and click "Login" in the top right corner of the homepage.

What are some Mail.com alternatives?

Mail.com Reviews:

Reviewer

Review

Nicole Johnston

If you are looking for a good free email service, you will find that Mail.com is more than good enough to handle the job.

Heinz Tschabitscher

You can use this free email service with its rich web interface or mobile app, but some features are missing.

David F.

At first several years ago this email site worked adequately, but slowly got worse.

Gregg Keizer

Mail.com's many ads and lack of spam blockers make it a weak alternative to Yahoo or Hotmail.

Complaints Board

They just dump one of their novelty (choose from hundreds) domains one day and the whole thing just disappears with no access or forwarding information. What am I supposed to do to retrieve my information!?

ReaganBishop476

Mail.com freezes your ability to send emails if you use it t send multiple email replies to craigslist. I needed a replacement phone and emailed 4 people then mail.com froze my account.

Jay Clock

I have been using mail.com for over 10 years. Recently, I noticed I wasn't getting about 25% of my emails. Logging into the mail.com server I could then see those emails sitting there, and they had never been forwarded. I pay $60.00 a year for these to be forwarded.

Faeyas

I switched to Mail.com because it's cleaner and fully functioning.

OvenMaster

I switched to Mail.com a year ago and have been delighted with it. I should have changed years ago.