Quick Tip:
Get Your Email Hassle-Free, Anywhere in the World

Keeping up with email while on the road can be an overwhelming chore. If you're gone from your office for more than a day (like I was while attending this year's Bootcamp) and don't check, you're likely to return home to find dozens or hundreds of emails … many of them important.

As a DM professional, you can't afford to miss out on email from clients and potential clients. But getting email while away from home is not always as easy as it should be.

Mail2web is a resource that allows you to get email from anyplace in the world where you have access to the Internet. And it's free.

Here's how it works:

  1. Sign on to the Internet.
  2. Type www.mail2web.com into the browser address window and hit "return." A very simple window opens.
  3. Type your email address and password into the appropriate (clearly labeled) windows.
  4. Click the "Check Mail" button.

You can read, respond to, and send email (including attachments) using mail2web. It even supports AOL. And, as I said, it's free … and there are no ridiculous banners to hassle you.

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Published: October 18, 2004

1 Response to “Quick Tip: Get Your Email Hassle-Free, Anywhere in the World”

  1. Hey Will:

    In response to your "hassle free email ...." not only is mail2web.com available but there is also web2mail.com and they are two different companies. I found this out by mistake when I was trying to access my account on web2mail and typed in mail2web and could not find my account :D

    R A Haywood

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