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Is there an email service like Gmail but not overloaded by nicknames? I need a good IMAP service with quite good capacity of storage. By the way, I would like an account name like name.surname@..

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See Fastmail.fm ; In addition to being a subsidiary of Opera they have years of experience running an Email service. Lots of user selectable domains too. –  Sparx Oct 10 '11 at 12:45
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You can register a new domain and use Google Apps for free. Google Apps includes a fully-featured Gmail, as well calendar and several other Google services.

You'll be able to register accounts like

yourname@yourdomain.com

For example, I registered a domain with my family name and I'm providing email accounts to all my family

me@myfamily.com
brother@myfamily.com
dad@myfamily.com

The only cost will be the yearly domain registration cost. A .com or .net domain costs between $5 and $15 per year, other extensions might have a different price.

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