What Is The Difference Between Isp Email And Web Base Email?


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Katie Harry answered
In Web-based e-mail, the email service is provided by a website on the internet and you can check the e-mail on any browser. A web based email is usually free and you can use it anytime from anywhere.
Examples: Gmail, Hotmail, yahoo, and many others.

ISP email is the e-mail address that you subscribe to when you are using the internet services of a particular provider. However, your e-mail address and inbox space cannot be used by you once you change you ISP.

When you change the ISP, you can no longer use the email address. In this way you lose your e-mails and telling all the people about a change in your address may be difficult.

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Karl Sagan answered

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