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I teach at a small christian K-8 school and would like to
give my 5-8 students an email account. I've googled the
idea and browsed some of the options. Epals looks good if
I want to connect with another school, but I'm not sure
I'm really ready for that yet. Gaggle looks good, but I'm
not sure how the parents will feel about the advertising -
though I know that is a part of the deal with free
anything... Anyway, suggestions? Thanks.
Jean Bullock /blockquote>

Angela, if you don't mind my asking, why do you want them to have an account
at school?

On 12/14/07, Angela Wagner wrote:
> I teach at a small christian K-8 school and would like to
> give my 5-8 students an email account. I've googled the
> idea and browsed some of the options. Epals look...See More
Dec 19, 2007
ComputerGal /blockquote>

On 12/14/07, Angela Wagner wrote:
> I teach at a small christian K-8 school and would like to
> give my 5-8 students an email account. I've googled the
> idea and browsed some of the options. Epals looks good if
> I want to connect with another school, but I'm not sure
> I'm really ready f...See More
Jan 18, 2008
Scott /blockquote>

Most school ISP's (internet service provider) will not allow
any personal/chat/webmail websites through their proxy filter.
Your internal network should provide Microsoft Exchange, if
there is a necessity for students to have access to Email
services.

Be SAFE.

On 12/19/07, Jean Bullock wro...See More
Mar 1, 2008
Tammy /blockquote>

I have heard good things about Gaggle. I am sure how well it
works with different filters that schools use. There are a lot
of options with Gaggle.
Mar 24, 2008


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