America Online has announced that it will increase the e-mail storage that it provides to members of the AOL service to an unlimited capacity. In addition to e-mail services AOL already offers its members, including spam and virus protection, in the coming weeks, AOL members using nearly 80 million AOL Mail accounts will be able to save and store an unlimited number of e-mails, attachments and folders on AOL's servers.
"With unprecedented e-mail storage capacity, our members will be able to keep every single message and attachment they ever receive, if they wish," said Mark Greatrex, executive vice president, Access Marketing, America Online, Inc. "Unlimited storage resources will enable members to save and access to all of their e-mail content, attachments and folders, anytime, anywhere, and easily share them with friends and family."
In addition, AOL also introduced the Multiple Simultaneous Log-Ins feature to members on dial-up connections, which enables up to seven AOL Screen Names on a single account to sign into the AOL service at the same time and from multiple locations. Previously, this feature was only available to members accessing AOL over a high-speed Internet connection.
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