(PRWEB) October 03, 2011
There are many free web email and paid service providers out there in the marketplace today, and even more that most people don’t know about. This article aims to shed light on the web based email service provider called Alternative Fuse and the methods used in analyzing what it means to be the best of the best.
A user centered webmail experience means that the webmail provider has made all efforts to accommodate a user in how messages are sent and received while optimizing for the best processing speeds and security for a secure webmail, this is of course, relative to the price. In analyzing the credentials of a webmail provider some other important basic requirements that should be considered are preference options, graphical user interface, calendar system, storage features, and search mail features. This is the core of a quality free webmail service provider. So these features need to be fast, secure, user-friendly, and efficient.
Additional bonus features are always nice but can be a hindrance on a webmail’s performance. Such examples would include; Hotmail and Yahoo! where these free service providers have essentially swamped their platform with advertisements, apps, images, and updates to the point where a user often becomes confused and disoriented with the service. Needless to say, this article is not in favor of most conventional services because they often follow a trend of overloading an interface with too many object oriented details.
Webmail storage is the first and most important measure in determining whether or not to sign up with a service. The reasons for this is because when a user signs up for a service they rarely think about the amount of time that will be accumulated with that provider over a period of many years. Size is definitely an issue since after only a couple of years an account tends to become very large.
Additional features that accommodate the user experience are a second tier measure of importance. Such features typically are instant messaging, Video chat, games, coupons, and even local phone books. Some services even go the extra mile and incorporate project management, and photo/file sharing integrated seamlessly into their product.
Secure elements added into the service usually go without saying; however, sometimes a user might need more than just an SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protection, otherwise known as the https URL. When a service does this it usually is sold at a premium via a business professional model, however, some services will offer additional security, including but not limited too; email encryption, virus protection, and spam protection for a small fee or even free.