I know there are lots of free email accounts you can get today, but this site is really neat and I want to publicize it. In addition to unlimited email, it includes a calendar, built in friendster, document storage, web based IM, blogging, picture sharing. Basically it's like 20 web sites all combined in one..
http://www.zoji.com/ is the site, here are the good things about it, from the What is Zoji page:
* Free e-mail account, no limits on pure messages, 20 MB limit on document/attachment space (to be increased later as Zoji matures). Note that we will NOT scan your e-mails to figure how to target ads at you.
* Robust spam filters. But as a first line of defense, we encourage you to be careful who you give your e-mail to.
* E-mail forwarding to a secondary account
* Web-based instant messaging, no need to download or install any software
* Friends network, to see how people are connected, our interrelationships, how we all got to know each other
* Event invitations, for organizing parties and gatherings, managing responses and feedback
* Calendar, for visualizing events and personal reminders
* Picture/photo uploading and sharing
* Document uploading and sharing
* Groups, for easy communication with an entire organization, activity clubs, classmates, etc.
* Blogging, for those who enjoy publishing daily rants and thoughts on life
* People search, for meeting new people with similar interests, dating
* Keyboard shortcuts, for those who prefer not to use the mouse
* Privacy controls, to give you control of who gets to see information you enter (anyone, friends only, or just yourself) \\
Equally important is what Zoji does NOT give you:
* No ads.
* No spam. Zoji uses robust spam filters, and of course we will never send you unwanted e-mail or sell your information to other parties.
* No popups. If we wanted to play "whack-a-mole" we'd go to the local fairgrounds.
* No spyware. We don't even require you to download anything so it isn't even a possibility.
* No annoyances. This is subjective, but we've tried to cut out the glitz in favor of a more plain but fast web site.
You can read more about it here
What is ZOJI?