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Author Topic: Fusemail - Professional E-Mail Service  (Read 10718 times)

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Fusemail - Professional E-Mail Service
« on: April 11, 2006, 06:31:00 AM »
Fusemail Information
Website: http://www.fusemail.com

Pricing: Cheap!!!

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I was initially looking to outsource e-mail for my company's communications. We found Fusemail. Although, we now use our web-hosts mail servers, one of the neat features of the webmail interface of fuse is that you can add POP3, IMAP, Hotmail, Yahoo, etc.. all into the same interface, creating rules for that account for messages to go into one folder etc..

That is just the tip of the iceberg for me.

Here's a screenshot, showing some of the extra features:

fusemail1.gif

As you can see, you get file storage, calender, notes, and more with the package. You also get an online Jabber client to connect with others on your fusemail package (mainly for business use). You can save "workspaces" to return to that exact same part next time you login.

There is also a notification client you can download to notify you of new email, in any mailbox on your account - whether that be your hotmail account or your fusemail account.

Only downside is no Outlook integration as of yet - but I believe that is coming. They have their own forums too.

Custom mail filters aswell, custom folders, IMAP/POP3 access as standard... the list goes on.

Anyone looking for a very cost effective pay-for email account should really look no further. The features are second to none, and the account was set up automatically. It's all custom coded too, I believe.

If anyone wants a test account on my package to try it, just ask :)

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Re: Fusemail - Professional E-Mail Service
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2006, 04:10:22 AM »
There's a demo account at http://webmail.fusem...d=demo&DoLogin=Y - looking great!

You sure about that missing Outlook feature?
http://www.fusemail..../features/index.html says:
"Sync your MS Outlook mail, calendar, contacts, and groupware using FuseMail SyncML tool."

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Re: Fusemail - Professional E-Mail Service
« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2006, 06:58:57 AM »
There's a demo account at http://webmail.fusem...d=demo&DoLogin=Y - looking great!

You sure about that missing Outlook feature?
http://www.fusemail..../features/index.html says:
"Sync your MS Outlook mail, calendar, contacts, and groupware using FuseMail SyncML tool."


Yes there is some confusion as to why that is on the page, but last I knew, it hasn't been released yet  ;)

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Re: Fusemail - Professional E-Mail Service
« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2006, 02:42:56 PM »
I have had a fusemail account for a long time and they certainly are feature rich.

Just a note though concerning their web interface that users may want to check out before purchase.  Check that it's compatible with your browser and also that it loads quickly enough.

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Re: Fusemail - Professional E-Mail Service
« Reply #4 on: January 04, 2008, 08:05:29 PM »
Does anyone have any experience with these guys? I am looking to swap and they appear to offer all of the functionality I want, but I want to know about speed and reliability from an experienced user of their services. I have been in contact with Larry from their support team and they appear to offer what I need and he has been more than friendly and informative when it comes to my questions.

Anyways, let me know. Thanks!

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Re: Fusemail - Professional E-Mail Service
« Reply #5 on: January 05, 2008, 02:35:22 AM »
Fusemail Information
Website: http://www.fusemail.com

Pricing: Cheap!!!

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would their prices be as good as Fastmail !!!   http://www.fastmail.fm/mail
looks as if they have the full Monty that you require

Enhanced Account

2 GB storage space
1 GB bw/month (+2 GB on signup)
1 GB file space (your own web site!)
IMAP/POP/Web access
SMTP for sending email
Mail forwarding
Virus checker; Advanced spam filter
30 Aliases
Host your own domain
US$39.95 per-year

Fusemail prices seem to be a minimum of 10 bucks per month
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Re: Fusemail - Professional E-Mail Service
« Reply #6 on: July 06, 2008, 06:57:10 PM »
I just wanted to chime in with an update. After using this company for about 6 months now, I am happy to report that their services have proven extremely useful and easy to understand.Their servers have always remained online and I have never been without email. I can easily configure almost every aspect of my account from their web gui, although a standalone tool would be nice or even a client plugin for anti-spam rules. Otherwise, it is a very nice service and I recommend it to anyone looking for more than most free email providers can provide.