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November 27 2008

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Sept conseils pour éviter les gaffes par email

Voici quelques conseils pratiques pour éviter tout quiproquo par courriel.

1. Pratiquez l'autocensure

N'écrivez rien par courriel que vous ne voudriez pas voir publié dans un journal. Par exemple, abstenez-vous de critiquer ou de vous moquer d'un collègue ou d'un client, de mentionner des projets confidentiels, de faire des blagues sexistes ou racistes ou des propositions osées à une autre personne que votre conjoint, etc.

2. Relisez-vous deux fois plutôt qu'une

Relisez toujours vos courriels avant de les envoyer. Le message est-il clair ? Le ton est-il juste ? Si vous n'êtes pas certain qu'il exprime bien votre pensée ou si vous jugez nécessaire de recourir aux binettes (smileys, emoticons) pour mieux vous faire comprendre, décrochez plutôt le téléphone.

3. Écrivez au calme

Ne rédigez jamais un courriel sous le coup de la colère ou d'une vive émotion. N'oubliez pas que les écrits restent... et pourraient vous attirer des ennuis.

4. Préférez les échanges de vive voix

Le téléphone ou une rencontre en personne sont tout indiqués pour les échanges délicats, comme une réprimande ou une critique.

5. Vérifiez que le destinataire est le bon

Appuyer par erreur sur la touche "Répondre à tous" peut créer des problèmes.

6. Utilisez plusieurs adresses électroniques

Une à des fins strictement professionnelles, une autre pour les échanges personnels et une dernière pour publier des commentaires sur des sites Internet.

7. Protégez vos destinataires

Pour expédier un message à plusieurs personnes à la fois, placez les adresses dans le champ "Cci" (copie conforme invisible).

Cette option sert à masquer les adresses électroniques des destinataires et donc, à éviter de les révéler à tout le groupe.

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Top 17 Free Email Services

If you are looking for a free email service, you can be picky. You'll be rewarded with plenty of storage, effective spam filtering, a fast interface, desktop email program access and more. Find the top 17 free email services to choose from reviewed here.

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1. Gmail - Free Email Service

Gmail (Google Mail) Free Email and Chat AccountHeinz Tschabitscher

Gmail is the Google approach to email and chat. Practically unlimited free online storage allows you to collect all your messages, and Gmail's simple but very smart interface lets you find them precisely and see them in context without effort. POP and powerful IMAP access bring Gmail to any email program or device.
Gmail puts contextual advertising next to the emails you read.
Gmail Review | Gmail Resources | Gmail Screenshots | Gmail Tips

2. AIM Mail - Free Email Service

AIM Mail - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher

AIM Mail, AOL's free web-based email service, shines with unlimited online storage, very good spam protection and a rich, easy to use interface.
Unfortunately, AIM Mail lacks a bit in productivity (no labels, smart folders and message threading), but makes up for some of that with very functional IMAP (as well as POP) access.
AIM Mail Review | AIM Mail Tips

3. GMX Mail - Free Email Service

GMX Mail - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher

GMX Mail is a reliable email service filtered well of spam and viruses whose 5 GB of online storage you can use not only through a rich web interface but also via POP or IMAP from a desktop email program.
More and smarter ways to organize mail could be nice.
GMX Mail Review | GMX Mail Tips

4. Yahoo! Mail - Free Email Service

Yahoo! Mail - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher

Yahoo! Mail is your ubiquitous email program on the web with unlimited storage and RSS news feeds, SMS texting and instant messaging to boot.
While Yahoo! Mail is generally a joy to use, free-form labelling and smart folders would be nice, and the spam filter could catch junk even more effectively.
Yahoo! Mail Review | Yahoo! Mail Resources | Yahoo! Mail Tips

5. Zenbe - Free Email Service

Zenbe - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher

Zenbe organizes your emails and attachments (from Zenbe and existing POP accounts) with labels and search — and integrates calendar, to-do list, twitter and Facebook updates, too.
With a focus on elegant simplicity, Zenbe provides many sweet shortcuts but also shows quirks and omissions in others. The spam filter is good, but it would be great if IMAP access was possible for all folders (not just the inbox).
Zenbe Review | Zenbe Tips

6. Inbox.com - Free Email Service

Inbox.comHeinz Tschabitscher
Inbox.com not only gives you 5 GB to store your mail online but also a highly polished, fast and functional way to access it via either the web (including speedy search, free-form labels and reading mail by conversation) or through POP in your email program.
Unfortunately, IMAP access is not supported by Inbox.com, and its tools for organizing mail could be improved with smart or self-teaching folders.
Inbox.com Review | Inbox.com Tips

7. Gawab.com - Free Email Service

Gawab.com - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher
Gawab.com is a speedy, stable and very usable free email service with 2 GB online space, POP access and many a web-based goodie.
It's a pity Gawab.com lacks IMAP access and full message search.
Gawab.com Review

8. FastMail Guest Account - Free Email Service

FastMail Free Guest AccountHeinz Tschabitscher
FastMail is a great free email service with IMAP access, useful features, one of the best web-based email interfaces and few ads.
FastMail Review | FastMail Resources | FastMail Tips

9. Yahoo! Mail Classic - Free Email Service

Yahoo! Mail Classic - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher
Yahoo! Mail Classic is a comfortable, reliable and secure email service with unlimited storage. A pretty good spam filter keeps the junk out, and you can send rich emails using Yahoo! Mail's HTML editor.
Yahoo! Mail Classic Review | Yahoo! Mail Resources | Yahoo! Mail Classic Tips

10. Windows Live Hotmail - Free Email Service

Windows Live Hotmail - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher
Windows Live Hotmail is a free email service that gives you a 5 GB of online storage, fast search, solid security and an interface easy as a desktop email program.
When it comes to organizing mail, Windows Live Hotmail does not go beyond folders (to saved searches and tags, for example), its spam filter could be more effective, and POP or IMAP access are missing.
Windows Live Hotmail Review | Windows Live Hotmail Resources | Windows Live Hotmail Tips

If you are looking for a free email service, you can be picky. You'll be rewarded with plenty of storage, effective spam filtering, a fast interface, desktop email program access and more. Find the top 17 free email services to choose from reviewed here.

PS: Looking for free email, you may also be interested in

11. BigString.com - Free Email Service

BigString.com - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher
BigString.com is a free 2 GB email service that includes rich secure and certified mail services and lets you password-protect, expire or edit sent messages, for example.
Unfortunately, BigString.com is not equally well equipped for handling incoming mail and lacks organizing tools.
BigString.com Review

12. Lavabit - Free Email Service

Lavabit - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher
Lavabit nets you a solid, secure and privacy-conscious email account which you can access in your email program using POP or IMAP and in your browser using a rudimentary web interface.
It's a pity Lavabit restricts statistical spam filtering to paid accounts and lacks a fully fledged web interface.
Lavabit Review

13. Zapak Mail - Free Email Service

Zapak Mail - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher
Zapak Mail is a bare-bones free email service with unlimited storage and POP access to boot. With the exception of some background images, Zapak Mail offers no frills and does not help much with handling mail efficiently.
Zapak Mail Review

14. HotPOP - Free Email Service

HotPOP - Free POP3 Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher
HotPOP offers free, reliable email accounts you can use with any email program using POP3 and SMTP. In addition, HotPOP lets you forward incoming messages to multiple other addresses.
Unfortunately, HotPOP lacks IMAP access and a web-based email interface and is a bit short on storage space.
HotPOP Review

15. My Way Mail - Free Email Service

My Way Mail - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher
My Way Mail is a clean, fast and fun (though not particularly advanced) free email service.
It lacks secure messaging and other advanced, non-essential features, though.
My Way Mail Review | My Way Mail Tips

16. Care2 E-mail - Free Email Service

Care2 E-mail - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher
Care2 E-mail provides solid free email with an environmental conscience. The spam filters and editing gimmicks in Care2 E-mail are nice, but so would be message search, IMAP access and smart folders.

17. Mail.com - Free Email Service

Mail.com - Free Email ServiceHeinz Tschabitscher
Mail.com is great for its domain names (use them with forwarding!), but it is missing some of the security and convenience of other web-based email services.

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