GMX.com Beta Attracts 100,000 Users

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Philadelphia — July 2
GMX Internet Services Inc. (Global Mail Exchange), the preferred e-mail choice for more than 10 million Internet users, revealed the success of the beta version of its U.S. free e-mail service, GMX.com. More than 100,000 GMX accounts have been created during the past weeks.

GMX.com has been continuously improved based on user feedback and customer forums. More than 500 user requests have been incorporated into the new GMX feature set. GMX delivers a powerful, highly reliable e-mail service with an intuitive interface, time-saving mail management tools and unique e-mail features. A focus is security, with secure log-in, virus protection and superior anti-spam for up to 98 percent fewer spam e-mails.

GMX’s 5 GB e-mail storage, powerful organizer and integrated file-storage transcends most free e-mail services. GMX.com also includes the unique MailCollector tool which allows users to collect and manage e-mails from other accounts (Yahoo, Google Mail, Hotmail) all from within their GMX accounts. The in-house development of such features enables GMX to drive the free e-mail market.

Managing Director Eva Heil said, “We are delighted with the enthusiastic response to our U.S. beta. With this second round, we are confident that even demanding users will find their expectations surpassed. We’ll continue to develop GMX.com, and in fully exploring our users’ desires for e-mail, we will redefine the standard for free e-mail services.”

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