mail2web.com which comes in 16 languages, is the most popular web based email checking services. You can check emails from any account of yours and there is no need to register. mail2web.com, like its web site says, allows you to check email “from any computer, anywhere in the world.” The web based email retrieval application is not only free but also offers secure login feature and anonymity.
Mail2web.com – check email on the web
Offered in 18 languages, Mailreader.com, is a great service first launched by Kim Holviala in 1997 and now run by Allan A. B. Thomsen. There is also a secure login interface if you want to avoid prying eyes. You can, thus, access your POP3 or IMAP email accounts from any computer as long as it has an Internet connection.
This is a web based email retrieval and administration service. E-mailanywhere.com allows you to connect to any email pop-based account of yours, check your email messages from any computer and perform routine tasks.
This service requires you to register at the web site. Your account can then store unlimited number of email accounts that you can check online. The service provides full support for IMAP and POP email servers. You can also access your Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo! Mail accounts through this service though I am not sure why that was necessary because these accounts can be accessed from any computer any way! However, if you do want to check all email accounts from one place, this service would be apt. There is even an address book and SSL (secure) login for premium users.
Net My Mail.com
This service is available for Germany, The Netherlands, Great Britain, Norway and Sweden. It allows you to check POP and IMAP email accounts from Internet Service Providers from these countries. You first select a country and then the Internet Service Provider name from another drop down. XS2Mail also offers a secure login section and a premium account.
XS2Mail – Check POP3 or IMAP email accounts from an Internet Service Provider
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