Yahoo! Mail- Introducing A New Interface

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Yahoo! Mail- Introducing A New Interface

Yahoo! Mail is the service provided for the emails, which is free of cost. The company of America has launched it. It had been launched in the year of 1997. However, there were so many releases in the different years. The first release was made in 2007, second release in 2011 and last release in 2012, with the improved features of the Yahoo! Mail.

Yahoo! Mail- Introducing A New Interface

The classic version of the Yahoo! Mail acted as the original version and interface for the Yahoo! Mail. But this version of the Yahoo! Mail had been decided to shut down, so that the new version of the Yahoo! Mail began to implement. As in the classic version, the users could be able to send email and chat at the same amount of time. However, these features were removed from the classic version of the Yahoo! Mail. Therefore, the decision had been made to shut down all the old versions of the Yahoo! Mail and the new version of the Yahoo! Mail had been originated.

Yahoo! Mail- Introducing A New Interface

The new version of the Yahoo! Mail has been designed which is compatible with the operating systems such as Android, iPhone operating system, Windows 8, in the year of 2012. This version of the Yahoo! Mail can be very helpful for the users as this is faster and easier version. There are some features of the new Yahoo! Mail mentioned below:

  1. Managing the attachments: In the new version of the Yahoo! Mail, the users can be able to manage the attachments in a very easy way. The user can be able to attach the document’s file of up to 10 megabytes. The document files may be spreadsheets or word-processing, images, audio files and HTML web pages.
  2. Free IMAP access: There are some predefined settings so that the users can be able to restrict the advertisements. There is free access using the IMAP’s clients.
  3. Message search and archiving: The users can be able to set up the folders for searching, storing and managing the messages with the help of new Yahoo! Mail.

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