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    Hi I live in the UK and i'm wanting to join google mail but there no UK location could you help me out.

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    You would have to use the American one. Pretty sure that's your only option.
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    there is a UK version but they are not allowed to use the extension @gmail.com so your address would have to be @googlemail.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    You would have to use the American one. Pretty sure that's your only option.
    Nope, that isn't an option.

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    So are email addresses in the UK like "...@gmail.co.uk"?
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    no they are just @googlemail.com

    They are in legal disputes over the gmail name so they can't use it
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    Apparently I need to read/watch some news.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shacky View Post
    Hi I live in the UK and i'm wanting to join google mail but there no UK location could you help me out.
    r u saying you cannot have gmail?

    i've loads of uk invites - pm me and i'll send you one?

    usa is gmail = uk is googlemail (legal thing)

    its only in your address thats stipulated everything else is the same

    same for anyone else who wants one:mac:

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