William Tasso wrote
> Writing in news:alt.www.webmaster
> From the safety of the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation cafeteria
> Roy Schestowitz <email@example.com> said:
>> I will only add that lines are appended at the bottom of Hotmail
>> E-mail messages.
> not just hotmail - can't think of a free mail service that doesn't
>> They will make it difficult to ignore the source of the E-mail
>> and definitely distract the receiver of the message.
>> People who do not have strong feelings involving Microsoft can
>> tolerate the
> which is most of the on-line world - very few outside a few fanatics
> care about Microsoft in the way implied. There's probably more that
> get upset by BP or Exxon than Microsoft.
>> but otherwise you're asking for trouble. GMail would be a safe
>> compromise as long as the account name is professional and not
>> something like C00lGurl2000@gmail.com.
> With respect, I have to disagree. Using any widely known free mail
> service creates entirely the wrong impression in a commercial
> exceptions are few and include the online identity of individuals. so
> for example if I were buying something from you personally (as
> opposed to any business you may be running) then I wouldn't be
> surprised to be receiving mail from firstname.lastname@example.org
Just a point chaps. Our friend was only talking about *receiving* sale
notifications on the hotmail address, not *sending* email.
I suspect as the OP suggested, the real domain name will be the chosen