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|6th May 2008, 01:52||#1|
Another would-be Microsoft partner, Xobni, moves ahead on its own
To help add a social networking feel for Microsoft Outlook e-mail users, San Francisco startup Xobni has launched a beta service aimed at helping organize their e-mail inboxes by business and personal relationships.
As Outlook remains the most common program used for e-mail in corporate America, Xobni (available for download here) aims to make it easier for users to find e-mail addresses and phone numbers faster than simply relying on Outlook alone.
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