AOL rolls out one-stop e-mail service

Internet company unveils feature designed to let users access multiple e-mail services from one location on the site.

AOL on Wednesday unveiled a new e-mail feature designed to allow users to access multiple e-mail services from one location on the site.

The e-mail service is part of AOL's plans to debut new features to the site over the coming weeks; the features aim to provide customization and give users more control, such as adding Web links to the main navigation bar and accessing custom feeds from a variety of sites from AOL.com's main page.

The new features follow efforts earlier this year to shore up the company's user traffic by revamping the design of its Web sites , from Money & Finance to its News and Sports pages.

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