Juno Email

Juno Email

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  • I had to quit. It was killing me!

    Oct 8, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: My mail was forwarded there from Worldspy
    Cons: So very, very slow

    Summary: When Juno bought out my two free ISPís , FreeWWWeb and Worldspy, I naturally downloaded and began using their Internet and Email service. But not for long! My E-mail from Worldspy was automatically forwarded to Juno so that made things really ... read more

  • Juno E-mail

    Jun 10, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Good service. Sometimes I find it faster than AOL.
    Cons: Many times when signing on, they take you to the web site skipping regular e-mail

    Summary: I've tried a lot of them and Juno works for me. I also use AOL but find it gets too busy. Juno for the price is great. I just wonder what the merger with Net Zero will bring. Juno help file leaves something to be desired. When problems ... read more

  • This is my email service

    Apr 24, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Its's Free its the best thing about this Email
    Cons: it is hard to click on web on the Juno email only

    Summary: I would like to talk about the e-mail service that I use. It is free that is the reason that I use it. I switched from America on-line to Juno. I got tired of paying America on-line for Internet service. So I found out that I could get free e-mail ... read more

  • Juno...argh...

    Apr 22, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: easy to use
    Cons: annoying pop ups telling you to upgrade

    Summary: I first used Juno when I was about 9 or 10 years old. I didn't have Internet Access, but I had a small modem, so Juno was good for me to use. I was proud that I had my firs email service. I had limited knowledge about the web, so at that time, ... read more

  • Juno - Sometimes The Best Things In Life Aren't Free

    Mar 4, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: It's free.
    Cons: Slow, unreliable connections, connections are most likely to be long distance, no attachments.

    Summary: I thought Juno's free e-mail would be a good alternative to AOL's e-mail service; something I could use when AOL was down during one of its frequent service interruptions. I was wrong. After using Juno for just a few weeks, I removed it from my ... read more

  • D'ya Know Juno?

    Feb 24, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: free
    Cons: SLOW, Ads Ads and more Ads, Lots of errors

    Summary: I have used Juno e-mail for a year now, and the only reason I have kept it so long is it is more of a hassel to switch all my addresses than to put up with it. About Juno Juno is an e-mail and internet program offered ... read more

  • Easy? I don't think so.

    Jan 30, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: free
    Cons: banner, hard to install, problem installing

    Summary: I was looking for a nice free internet service for "just in case" my regular ISP went down or was unavailable. I had a received a Free Juno CD in the mail. I went to install the CD, and everything seemed fine until I reached to spot where I ... read more

  • Great for the long email writers

    Jan 19, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: user friendly,(dummy friendly) and FREE
    Cons: you have to sign on to check email, then resign on to reply them

    Summary: Juno's free email was at first bothersome, but now I realize Its true greatness. When I first got Juno, I had just left AOL, and was use to being on the web while reading and writing my emails. The switch was difficult, until I received a long ... read more

  • Juno,, NO, NO.

    Dec 6, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: It's free
    Cons: Always changing things

    Summary: Juno, a total NO, No. I tried Juno and boy was I surprised. Everyone had told me how good Juno was. After I signed up with Juno and gave my email address to everyone I found out how good it really was. I was surprised to find that every time I turned ... read more

  • There are lots better

    Nov 30, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: free
    Cons: often very slow, many technical problems

    Summary: Like another reviewer, I have had Juno since before I had internet access. I guess I am just too lazy to change, but these people are infuriating. Example: I got an e-mail addressed to somebody else. He had a similar name, but it was a ... read more

  • Juno - The Free Standalone Email Service and Maybe More

    Nov 14, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Simple Interface, Simple Setup
    Cons: At Times Slow Download

    Summary: Juno - The Free Standalone Email Service and Maybe More Juno's basic free email service provides basic Internet email completely free of charge. Juno Gold provides email with substance - includes the ability to send and receive ... read more

  • NOT good

    Nov 13, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: none
    Cons: everything

    Summary: Juno basically sucked. It was slow, hard to connect, confusing, and annoying. I only used it for two days, then I tried other free internets. I hated being on juno, I got booted every 5 minutes. The email was slow to send and retrieve. I would not ... read more

  • Free Email for the Masses- If It Doesn't Bounce, That Is.

    Nov 4, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: free, easy to use, good connection when downloading email
    Cons: connection for the free isp is not always available

    Summary: A few years back when we deleted our America Online account, we opted for a free email service. We had no interest in Juno's ISP part, and when we first started using Juno, the web access wasn't free. I was happy with Juno, still am. The free email ... read more

  • very lame service

    Nov 1, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: point of orign email service
    Cons: everything besides the above statement

    Summary: juno Email I have had a bad experience with it. This service I got free with free ISP access. Though I can sign up with programs using that address that require a main email point of origin though it is rarely helpful. First off, I didn't ... read more

  • Juno's Slogan: We're Slow and have no options...

    Oct 27, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: No isp needed
    Cons: no options, banners banner BANNERS!

    Summary: What more could you want from a free email service right? Well, when I used it I wanted a lot more! I stopped using this email service a long time ago, but when I used it...it irritated me. What was with the advertising emails? If ... read more

  • Juno says, ďItís MY way or the highway.Ē

    Oct 19, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: It's free and you can make it stand alone
    Cons: Juno doesn't WANT it to stand alone--Juno wants you to take Juno Web (or get lost)

    Summary: Juno was my very first email client; it was free and they were small potatoes in those days. Additionally, either I didnít know any better or there werenít any other choices but either way Juno will continue to have some kind of irrational warm spot in ... read more

  • In comparison...

    Oct 13, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Time of email relay
    Cons: slow Juno ISP

    Summary: I used JUNO email for the first time since the "revamp of JUNO" today. I must say, the reason I used it was because my other email service IS AWFUL! I will not name that service, and I cannot write an opinion about it because it is not even ... read more

  • Juno--e-mail service of the gods

    Oct 5, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: web based mail and hard drive, nice setup
    Cons: the free internet isn't much to write home about.

    Summary: (Uh, in case you don't know, Juno is the Roman equivalent of the Greek goddess Hera, the wife of Zeus and protector of marriage.) When I first set up my Juno account (a long long time ago), I wanted my e-mail address to be hera@juno.com. It ... read more

  • Juno Free Email and Web Service

    Sep 8, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Free, easy to use
    Cons: Advertisement City! Poor connections

    Summary: Juno! Juno offers you a few choices with their service. You can use them completely free for email and now web service to but you are forced to sift through tons of advertisements first. However when your getting something for ... read more

  • junk

    Sep 5, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: don't need an isp
    Cons: everything else!

    Summary: Juno is cr@p. It makes your computer crash, and when it crashes during sending the contentsof your email, everything is lost. I have lost many many letters this way because they do not have them backed up... when you start to recieve, ... read more

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