SaturnFans Webmail Provider to Charge Annual Fee for E-Mail Accounts Beginning November 15th

SaturnFans.com Webmail Logo

Attention SaturnFans.com Webmail users! Our longtime webmail provider, Everyone.net, will be ending access to free email accounts on Tuesday November 15th, 2016. Subscribers who upgrade to their Mail Plus Total Protection service will continue to have access to their "@mail.saturnfans.com" email addresses and will not be impacted. While on a personal level I am disappointed in the decision, Everyone.net says this change is part of ongoing efforts to reduce email abuse and improve security.

SaturnFans.com will not financially benefit from any fees paid by users who decide to upgrade, however I am passing along the news in hopes that no one loses what could be 10+ years of email messages (myself included). I encourage anyone who is interested in retaining access to their email to upgrade your account before 11/15. After logging in to your webmail account, click on "Options," then "Buy Email Upgrades." Select the option you want and follow the prompts. I am told that there is sometimes a break in service until your credit card passes the fraud review check.

I apologize for the inconvenience.

Random Article from the SaturnFans.com Archives

Jill Lajdziak: We are Still Saturn

Saturn General Manager Jill Lajdziak

A letter from Saturn General Manager Jill Lajdziak: From our very beginning, Saturn has always sought a better way. We pioneered no haggle-no hassle shopping, built dent-resistant cars, set a new benchmark for customer service and forged a unique relationship with our retailers, workers and customers. From the beginning, Saturn was launched as a "Different kind of Car Company." Well, here we go again. You may have read that General Motors delivered a plan to the U.S. government that outlined the corporation's plan for long term viability. In that plan, GM stated that Saturn would work with its retailers to investigate options for the future of the Saturn brand. We said that all ideas were on the table and we meant it.