Lycos Mail Beta Offers 3GB of Storage
Lycos said Wednesday it had released a beta of the latest version of its Web-based mail service, offering users 3GB of storage and the capability to send unlimited attachments of any size. The company said Lycos Mail is intended for those who need to share large file attachments. In comparison, most other services only permit files of up to 10MB to be attached to e-mails.
Lycos said the remaining feature set of the service was essentially the same as the previous version. The webmail ofering is the second service to be imported from parent company Daum Communications of Korea. In October, the service launched Lycos Planet, a version of Daum Planet, which is an interactive networking site.