Sep 18, 2007, 07.13 PM | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Rediff.com introduces web-messenger in Rediffmail. Now chat from your mailbox and enjoy existing features like free sms from Rediff Bol
Spearheading the web-email space with continuous innovation, Rediff.com , India’s leading online community portal, after being the first one to offer unlimited storage, today added yet another convenient feature to its mail offering, by integrating web messenger into Rediffmail. The integration of web messenger will now allow all Rediffmail users to chat in real-time with not only their Rediff Bol (Instant Messenger) buddies but with all their rediffmail contacts stored in the webmail.
The new web messenger enables users to instantly communicate with their friends & peers by detecting their presence online in real time thus providing users freedom to communicate in offline (mail) as well online (instant message). With the integration of web messenger all short to and fro mail transactions can be substituted by instant messages thus saving their valuable time and enhance the efficiency of their work. With the new web messenger and desktop like interface.
Commenting on the introduction of web-messenger in Rediffmail, Manish Agarwal Vice President Marketing of Rediff.com said, “The launch of web messenger is line with changing needs of the users. Our endeavor has been to offer our users the freedom to choose the applications to efficiently manage their communication needs. The integration of web-messenger to Rediffmail is another step towards offering a tangible benefit to our millions of Rediffmail users.”
Rediff.com has consistently been the first to offer a host of convenient features to the users, including free unlimited storage, free sms through Rediff Bol and mail in 11 Indian languages. Its free sms from IM has been available for over a year and is a much suited application to the Instant Messenger. With its continuous innovation, Rediffmail today offers the best in class web-mail service and continues to maintain its lightening fast proposition.
As the eMail usage pattern in India varies from Metros to non-metros, Rediff.com has ensured that its services cater to the varied needs of the consumers who could be in any stage of adoption of internet. Rediff.com currently has over 56 million registered users and has seen consistent growth with users adopting Rediffmail from all across the country.
Sourced From: Rediff.com India Limited