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Merge Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, Hotmail, Facebook, MySpace accounts with Fuser

Its always a good idea to manage one's stuff from one place, kinda like using a single email account for all your emails. With so many email services around, it is not uncommon for one to have multiple email accounts, and with that the possibility of forgetting the password of any one of those accounts.

So if you hate logging into multiple accounts for reading your mails, Fuser may be of some help. Fuser is a service that merges your AOL, Exchange, Gmail, Hotmail, SquirrelMail, Yahoo and Yahoo Beta email accounts. In addition to that, Fuser also supports the POP3 protocol.
Presently, Fuser supports popular social networking sites MySpace and Facebook as well.

In simple terms, Fuser lets you read, send/receive emails from all the above mentioned services in your Fuser Inbox.
I personally wouldn't recommend this service for any email account which is used to send or receive sensitive information (business plans, financial transactions etc). Well, I just don't want another party to manage my data.
Other than that, Fuser has the potential to free you from a lot of annoyance.

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posted by Vijeesh Ravindran, Saturday, September 29, 2007