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  2. Gmail - Wikipedia

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    Backlash from the move caused Google to step back and remove the requirement of a Google+ user account, keeping only a private Google account without a public-facing profile, starting in July 2015. In May 2013, Google announced the integration between Google Wallet and Gmail, which would allow Gmail users to send money as email attachments ...

  3. GMX Mail - Wikipedia

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    Email accounts can be registered with a choice of .com, .co.uk and .us, amongst many others. It allows the addition of up to 10 add-on addresses at different GMX domains. Its "mail collector" allows for the collection of email from most free email providers including Yahoo, Live, Hotmail and GMail as well as send mail from these addresses ...

  4. Email address - Wikipedia

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    An email address is generally recognized as having two parts joined with an at-sign (@), although technical specification detailed in RFC 822 and subsequent RFCs are more extensive. [28] Syntactically correct, verified email addresses do not guarantee that an email box exists.

  5. Referral marketing - Wikipedia

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    Referral marketing is a word-of-mouth initiative designed by a company to incentivize existing customers to introduce their family, friends and contacts to become new customers.

  6. Native advertising - Wikipedia

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    Native advertising, also called sponsored content, is a type of advertising that matches the form and function of the platform upon which it appears. In many cases it functions like an advertorial, and manifests as a video, article or editorial.

  7. RocketMail - Wikipedia

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    For a brief time, RocketMail battled with Hotmail for the number-one spot among free webmail services. Four11, including RocketMail, was acquired by Yahoo! in 1997 for $92 million. Yahoo! assimilated the RocketMail engine. Yahoo! Mail was essentially the old RocketMail Webmail system.

  8. Microsoft HealthVault - Wikipedia

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    Authorization of the account could initially be performed with the use of a Facebook account, Windows Live ID account, or an account from a limited set of other OpenID providers, but on April 6, 2016, Microsoft announced via email to users that Facebook and OpenID sign-in would not be available after 31 May 2016.

  9. Gmail interface - Wikipedia

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    The latter does not work if the recipients do not have a Google account or if the email address receiving the message is not associated with Google. [31] [32] [33] Starting in December 2014, files in Google Drive can also be sent from Gmail as attachments rather than links, thus providing recipients access to the files even if they are later ...