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Can anyone recommend an alternative replacement to Gmail that has a
similar set of features?

I currently view my mail, RSS feeds and searches via Google and am
starting to become a little concerned about the amount of data they now
probably hold on me :)  I've found alternatives for RSS and search but

A service that is open source would be great, but appears to be difficult
to find without running my own mail server, which I'd rather avoid. IMAP
support is a must.  I'm thinking there is only so much you can do to
protect your privacy when using web mail, as by the very nature of it
which ever service you use is going to have your email on their servers
Gmail, but if anyone can recommend any privacy conscious mail service I'm
all ears

Thanks

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