GMail is a free, search-based webmail service that includes 1,000 megabytes (1 gigabyte) of storage. The backbone of Gmail is a powerful Google search engine that quickly recalls any message an account owner has ever sent or received. That means there's no need to file messages in order to find them again.
GMail is not currently open to the public. To get an account, you have to be invited by another G-Mail member. The GMail invite is a URL that is formatted like the ones below. This page generates random URLS, to help you find one. One you get a properly formed GMail invite, the link will take you to a page with a sign-up form. Otherwise, you'll get a "link-expired" message. Your odds of getting a hit are only about 1 in 299 (or 1 in 633,825,300,114,114,700,748,351,602,688) - so keep trying!
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