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    competition is good, just saw this in Yahoo. My Hotmail still 2MB (aiyoh..only US accounts get 250MB)


    Coming soon! 1GB of storage, free to all users
    There's more in store with Yahoo! Mail. By early May, all free Yahoo! Mail users will receive an email storage increase to a whopping 1GB. That's enough space to keep thousands and thousands of emails -- so you'll never have to delete those important messages again!

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    Way to go Yahoo! Actually 250MB should be enough for me...but hotmail.....haiz

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    Use gmail better. 1000 mb

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    Quote Originally Posted by benlee
    Use gmail better. 1000 mb
    eh hem ... already pass 2G

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin
    eh hem ... already pass 2G
    2064 MB and counting...

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    wah!! just noticed that it has been increased to 2G ... cool ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by West_ray
    wah!! just noticed that it has been increased to 2G ... cool ~
    actually, it is more than 2GB. and counting too.....

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    hmm...actually for me one of the main thing is the max attachment file size.

    although gmail and yahoo has 2GB and 1GB, their max attachment size is still 10MB (for yahoo at least).

    end up can't send some clips to my friends

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    hotmail sucks big time, after i started getting spam, i boycott it and that was like a few years back. using yahoo and no turning back.

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    but what's the email attachment filesize limit? Gmail still 10MB. Hotmail can forget it.

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    Yah lor ... Hotmail's still 2 mb ...

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    Hotmail? People actually use hotmail for REAL email? Every 1-2 weeks when I check my hotmail account, it is full of viagra, mortgage, credit card and similar garbage. I signed my dad up for a hotmail account. No one had the email ID, and in 2 days we had 8 spam. And with a pathetic 2MB of storage which will get full in a week, I fail to understand why people would use hotmail for anything useful.

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    Anyone know how to convert hotmail account to 250Mb, i know i read that it is suppose only to be 2mb, but i have some friends with their accounts converted to 250Mb (registered with sing address...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Goi
    Yah lor ... Hotmail's still 2 mb ...
    try to install MSN ... I am sure your mailbox will increase to 250M in 2 days time

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    Next time no scare no disk space for us to keep our photos if oversea. Got such BIG email account, upload there n DL when back, haha!
    Only Sony device mostly, haha!

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    it's not only how much space they give, but how gmail manages the conversation and how fast the pages load

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