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  2. Yahoo! Mail - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Mail is an email service launched on October 8, 1997, by the American company Yahoo, Inc. It offers four different email plans: three for personal use (Basic, Plus, and Ad Free) and another for businesses. As of January 2020, Yahoo! Mail has 225 million users.

  3. Xtra (ISP) - Wikipedia

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    To access their Yahoo!Xtra Bubble email accounts, customers had to change advanced settings such as port numbers and authentication, in addition to basic settings such as mail server. The move to Yahoo!Xtra Bubble caused trouble for many small business owners and website hosting companies in New Zealand.

  4. List of Yahoo!-owned sites and services - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Profile / Yahoo Pulse - A directory of Yahoo users with their personal information. Yahoo! Publisher Network - An advertising network that only accepted US based publishers; shut down on April 30, 2010. Rocketmail - An email service acquired in 1997. Shut down but users were able to use an @rocketmail.com email address. Yahoo!

  5. List of mergers and acquisitions by Yahoo! - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo's first acquisition was the purchase of Net Controls, a web search engine company, in September 1997 for US$1.4 million. As of April 2008, the company's largest acquisition is the purchase of Broadcast.com , an Internet radio company, for $5.7 billion, making Broadcast.com co-founder Mark Cuban a billionaire.

  6. Marissa Mayer - Wikipedia

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    In February 2016, Mayer confirmed that Yahoo! was considering the possibility of selling its core business. In March 2017, it was reported that Mayer could receive a $23 million termination package upon the sale of Yahoo! to Verizon. Mayer announced her resignation on June 13, 2017.

  7. Webmail - Wikipedia

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    Webmail access is made possible through webmail software, such as Roundcube or SquirrelMail, installed and running on the email server. As with any web application, webmail's main advantage over the use of a desktop email client is the ability to send and receive email anywhere from a web browser. Its main disadvantage is the need to be ...

  8. Jerry Yang - Wikipedia

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    " Yahoo! received around 100,000 unique visitors by the fall of 1994. In April 1995, Yahoo! received a $2 million investment from Sequoia Capital, Tim Koogle was hired as CEO, and Yang and Filo were each appointed "Chief Yahoo." Yahoo! received a second round of funding in the Fall of 1995 from Reuters and Softbank. It went public in April 1996 ...

  9. Email - Wikipedia

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    Email later became a ubiquitous (very widely used) communication medium, to the point that in current use, an e-mail address is often treated as a basic and necessary part of many processes in business, commerce, government, education, entertainment, and other spheres of daily life in most countries.