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VKontakte Has Launched E-mail Delivery Service
26.07.2011 10:52
VKontakte Has Launched E-mail Delivery Service

The biggest Russian social network VKontakte has launched an e-mail delivery service. Now a VKontakte user can write an e-mail and send it to an external e-mail box, reported the company in its blog on the weekend.

The service lets a logged user to write an e-mail from his/her VKontakte account. One should just change friend’s name or nickname in the social network into his/her e-mail address. And the message is to be delivered to the e-mail. So there is no need to open an e-mail box, it is enough to have a VKontakte account.

For those who doesn’t have an account in the social network, it’s possible to send a message from his/her e-mail box to friend’s account in VKontakte.

The e-mail service will be developed. It will let its users to get all friends’ feedback to the e-mail and answer them.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: VKontakte email service    

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