UK based Demon Internet has launched a new POP3 mail service which will work in conjunction with its existing SMTP service allowing users to send and receive email from anywhere in the world.
The POP 3 service will come as part of Demon?s #10 a month Standard Dial-Up (SDU) package and will offers users all the benefits associated with the company?s existing email service such as multiple email addresses, Realaudio streams, homepages and ISDN.
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