Glide adds support for Yahoo's mail services

Glide OS, the Webtop that impressed audiences at the D6 conference last month, has finally gotten around to working with Yahoo's various Web mail properties.

Glide OS, the Webtop that impressed audiences at the D6 conference last month, has finally gotten around to working with Yahoo's various Web mail properties this morning. Just in time too, since Yahoo's vanity "Ymail" domain just went live yesterday.

Users can now plug in their various Ymail, Rocketmail, and Yahoo Mail accounts and view them in one place, similar to Orgoo, a product that's still in private beta. The one caveat for both services is that you must be a Yahoo Mail Plussubscriber, Yahoo's $19.99 per year premium Web mail service.

Glide users can now drop in their Yahoo mail accounts as long as they're paying Plus members. CNET Networks
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