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Yahoo! Mail Partners With Dropbox

By Kevin Chen - Apr 3, 2013 at 10:49AM

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Yahoo! aims to make Mail more efficient.

Yahoo! (NASDAQ: YHOO) Mail has partnered with Dropbox to make it easier for people to send, receive, and manage attachments, the company announced yesteday.

The integration allows customers to access files from their Dropbox account and share them through Yahoo! Mail. Currently, Dropbox is available within Yahoo! Mail in English, French, Spanish, German, and Italian. 

The new partnership comes after CEO Marissa Mayer announced a newer version of Yahoo! Mail in December. Redesigned to get customers through their email faster, the company says Yahoo! Mail now has a consistent experience across the Web, Windows 8, iPhone/iPod touch, and Android.

In March, Dropbox announced it had bought the privately held email management app company called Mailbox.


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