Instant messaging provider ICQ is offering a fee-based webmail service that includes 2Gbytes of storage, a calendar feature, task manager, notepad, wireless access and support for both Pop3 and Imap.
The service, which costs $20 (£11) a year, also includes spam filtering and blocking, protection against viruses and a 20Mbyte ceiling on files sent or received. According to ICQ, it translates messages into seven languages, compresses large attachments and offers Wap support for access from a mobile device.
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ICQ to offer 2GB mail-service for $20 a year
Posted on Tuesday, November 23 2004 @ 23:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck