Re: [Full-Disclosure] [off-topic] Gmail won't be 100% free
From: Micheal Espinola Jr (michealespinola_at_gmail.com)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2004 14:40:41 -0500
Why would/should forwarding (for gmail) be free? If you are
forwarding the mail, then Google gets no way to incorporate "Sponsored
I'd rather have the "Sponsored Links" on the page were they are right
now (at the bottom), then ads embedded into the message itself.
On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 15:30:21 +0000, n3td3v <email@example.com> wrote:
> Clues to Gmail's future have made an appearence since the
> implementation of the e-mail forwarding service. In the help section,
> Gmail admits forwarding will only be free during the beta testing
> I feel the Gmail we have at the moment, will not be the same free
> version we get once the service goes live on a real-time launch of the
> popular e-mail service.
> I think the features on Gmail, not just forwarding, will be a limited
> package for free. While paying consumers will benifit from the full
> version of Gmail we are experiencing right now.
> Therefore, I see Yahoo and Hotmail amoung others, as not being as bad
> an offer as Gmail is making them out to look at the moment. We see
> Yahoo and Hotmail only at 250MB, whereas Gmail is offering 1GB. Now
> Here is me thinking the vendors have inside knowledge of what is going
> to be the free package of Gmail and what features will indeed be a
> premium service.
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