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Share to withdraw e-mail services from today, the Star-owned horizontal portal, is withdrawing its e-mail services from today. The decision do so was based on the survey done, which found the portal is not the primary e-mail destination for almost all users.

The portal has put out a message which says, ``We recently conducted a survey on the e-mail service. After pooling the results, we found that is not the primary e-mail destination for almost all users. Also, most of you would not be affected if the e-mail service were to be discontinued.'''' which was a general horizontal portal when it was started by the Microland group became later entertainment-centric, revolving around Star''s various services including television and radio programmes.

According to the company, ``we can now optimally use our resources to serve you better. Our focus is sharper.'''' went through a major downsizing after it was acquired by Star.

Source: Business Line


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