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Wednesday, 13 August 2008 07:22

Yippie Move migrates Gmail seamlessly

Written by David Stellmack

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Automatic migration in minutes

No, it is not something named for Jerry Rubin of the 1960s Yippie movement. Wireload has announced a new account service known as Yippie Move that will allow you to switch your Gmail account to a new e-mail service provider effortlessly.

Yippie Move works with about 40 different Web and educational e-mail providers, or any account that supports IMAP. The service costs $10 per account and says all that is needed once the service is installed is to plug in your old e-mail credentials with your new account and the migration is seamless.

Users could do this for themselves by mass forwarding, but for those e-mail newbies and those who don’t want to make the effort, the Yippie Move could be just the thing.  It will transfer most migrations in less than ten minutes and it is plug and play, with the migration taking place on the company’s servers.

A demo of how it works can be found here.

Last modified on Wednesday, 13 August 2008 07:45

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