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DomainRightNow Releases New Web-Based Email Application


By Derek Iwasiuk
May 24, 2006

Scottsdale, Ariz - DomainRightNow, one of the fastest growing domain registrars and hosting providers, announces the release of Web-Based Email 4.0, coupling the benefits of a desktop email program with the convenience of a Web-based platform.

"Web based applications are becoming more powerful than ever,” says Karl Heinrich, President of DomainRightNow. “We have taken a very popular product and made it even better. Our customers expect constant innovation, and that’s what we deliver.”

DomainRightNow's Web-Based Email Accounts are fraud, spam and virus protected, POP3-configured and advertising-free. Each account offers domain name personalization for a truly unique e-mail identity, generous disk space to accommodate large attachments and access to accounts from anywhere with an Internet connection.

Web-Based Email 4.0 is a feature-rich upgrade to DomainRightNow's 's already successful email program, giving customers many NEW features:

• Instantly preview email messages while scrolling through them in the inbox
• Unique Drag and Drop to quickly move email messages for easy filing
• Search your email OR the entire Web in a single click and save searches for future reference
• Create folders from any screen view without a complicated folder management interface
• Customize the program's appearance by choosing from among a wide variety of color palettes

For more information on DomainRightNow email solutions, hosting plans, domain registration, and other services, visit

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DomainRightNow is one of the fastest growing domain registrars and hosting providers. DomainRightNow also offers many other value added services for the home consumer and business alike.

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