The Huffington Posts, Inc. has been offering its customers the ability to send email to all its customers since the launch of its Mailbox email service in December 2011.
At the time, the company stated that “Mailbox has served millions of people around the world, and is the only email service that lets users send email from anywhere to anyone, regardless of the size or speed of their connection.”
Mailbox users can now send email as well as receive emails, however, they will not receive any personalized emails from the company.
The company said in a statement:The email service has become one of the fastest growing e-mail services in the world.
The new service will offer subscribers the ability at anytime to send, receive, and manage unlimited unlimited email messages, while also offering a new option for customers to send and receive emails from a variety of recipients.
Customers will also be able to add unlimited emails from anyone they choose to a Mailbox account.
For more information about the Mailbox service, visit www.mailbox.com.
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