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Claim your facebook email address

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Facebook has begun rolling out @facebook.com email addresses to its users after a ‘by invite only’. The new Facebook Email service isn’t your traditional email service, as it has a social networking, immediate chat twist. The new email service helps speed up how users communicate with one another, through email.

The main features to the service includes seamless messaging, conversation history and a social inbox. Users can choose an @facebook.com email address, and with that email, they’re able to have instant inbox alerts, the same concept as Google Instant Search, with conversation history and a social inbox, using an algorithm to filter out all the messages you don’t want. The email service is currently optional to current users, but like the recent profile page updates, we expect that all users will eventually be migrated over.

To claim your email address, log in to Facebook, go to “messages” and you will see an upgrade option (may not apply to all countries yet).

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Written by Alan Chai

January 29, 2011 at 8:41 am

Posted in Technology

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3 Responses

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  1. Wow, thats great news. Having your own facebook email, hotmaill will now have something up against. I live in the UK and it’s not available there, i’m waiting patiently till i get it though.

    Thanks for informing me the wonderful news.

    Ateeq Eyaz

    January 29, 2011 at 9:19 am

  2. thanks you…

    John Hemmington

    February 5, 2011 at 6:53 am


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