I am a long-time Gmail user. I'm thinking about switching to iCloud for everything, as in a couple of my other threads about iCloud issues. iCloud has been called out this year for silently filtering spam such that it never even makes it to your junk folder and the false positives associated with that. I'm sure other providers do this as well, but iCloud seems to be the one that catches a bad reputation for more false positives than others. There's also the bit in the iCloud ToS about them having the right to pre-screen, modify, delete, etc, at their discretion, which I don't much care for. Unsure if Gmail includes a similar clause. My reasons for switching: push support; unification with the same service which stores my contacts, calendars, notes, and reminders; minimalism in that I'm not spread out over services if I don't need to be. My question is this: do you think that it is still "safe" / reliable to go to iCloud over, say, sticking with Gmail or moving to Outlook.com? I hate the thought of emails never being sent or received because Apple is getting heavyhanded with its nannying.