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TravelScoop appointed as Google GMail for Domains

TravelScoop appointed as Google 'GMail for Domains'

Travelscoop - the new player in New Zealand's travel market - has been
invited by Google to beta the new 'Gmail for Domains service'. This
special service will alow TravelScoop to provide FREE webmail Gmail
accounts to anyone. Gmail for Domains is hosted by Google.

Using hosted Gmail, TravelScoop will be able to set up users on
TravelScoop/Google co-branded Gmail, modify or suspend accounts,
create aliases and lists, and customize the look and feel of the web
mail service. Main features of GMail include 2 gigabytes of storage
and search tools to find information fast. Instant messaging from
right within the Gmail account. Users can organize their schedules and
share events and calendars with others.

This will be great for travellers wanting a travel web-based email
account. Anyone wanting a 2GB TscoopMAIL email account should visit

About Travelscoop: TravelScoop is pioneering the development of a
socially-networked travel community in New Zealand. Travelscoop site
content is created not by the media or owners of the site, but by Joe
Public in his/her various roles of blogger, debater, subject-matter
expert and photojournalist.

Visit TravelScoop at


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