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Yahoo rolls out enhanced e-mail service

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US Internet titan Yahoo on Monday is introducing an upgraded free e-mail service with enhancements that include letting people send text messages from computers to mobile telephones.

The improved Yahoo! Mail being rolled out around the world in the coming weeks is the most extensive overhaul of the web-based e-mail service since it was launched a decade ago.

Because the text messaging feature depends on cooperation of mobile phone service providers its debuts are limited for now to India, Canada, the Philippines and the United States.

Yahoo will continue to offer its old e-mail platform, dubbed "Classic," for those that don't want to switch to the new program, Kremer said.

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