Originally Posted by Chris
Nice, I'm looking forward to exploring what the new service offers. I'm assuming they will still allow POP3 access rather than forcing everyone onto a Virginized Gmail webmail interface though. Does anyone know?
Sounds like it's google apps' version of gmail so they'll be able to have imap or pop3. I don't agree with ISPs using gmail, not because of the whole big bad google rubbish but because i think email is something the ISPs should handle and not outsource.