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03-February-2006
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Sify launches re-designed website, offers unlimited mailbox option

Chennai-based Internet, networking and e-commerce service provider Sify has launched its re-designed consumer portal www.sify.com and has expanded the capacity of its mailbox to unlimited size.

The revamp includes easier navigation, contemporary layout, enhanced features like headlines in five Indian languages, best of audio/video from Sifymax (www.sifymax.in), convenient mail login on the home page, opinion polls, etc.

The new Sify website also has an enhanced email service with two unique features. The new Sify mail boasts a mailbox of unlimited size. Users can also compose and read mails in 11 Indian languages –Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, and Telugu. This was particularly important to catalyse Internet growth in a country where approximately only 5 per cent of the population was online, the company said in a statement.

Commenting on the launch of the new Sify.com, Surya Mantha, Senior Vice-President, Portals, Sify Ltd, said, “In our endeavour to continuously delight visitors to Sify, we have redesigned our portal to address a wider audience, specifically the youth. The site incorporates world-class design and usability. In addition, the layout ensures vantage positions for advertisers so that brands are noticed without being disruptive.”

“Sify.com has always been known for its breadth and depth of content. Be it news, business, sports or features, www.sify.com is the destination of choice for Internet users. The new site builds on this position of leadership with articles, essays and columns by India’s most celebrated writers and commentators,” he further said.

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