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Microsoft-Commtouch deal endorses online messaging

With its investment in email and messaging software firm Commtouch Software, Microsoft is hedging its bets against Web offerings that could eat into its core software business.

By December 30, 1999


Commtouch to offer select MSN services

Microsoft agrees to have Commtouch Software handle some of its Microsoft Network online services, including its Web-based email and instant messaging.

By October 27, 1999


Short Take: Commtouch to offer unified messaging

Web email service provider Commtouch Software now offers unified messaging, or the ability to check email, faxes, and voice mail messages from the Net. Users can also check their email messages by phone. Commtouch, which offers free email service, plans to charge for the unified messaging features, from $12.50 a month to $29.95 a year.

March 23, 1999


Microsoft takes stake in messaging services provider

The software giant takes an equity stake in Commtouch Software, a provider of outsourced email and messaging services.

December 30, 1999


Commtouch has free email plan

Commtouch Software plans to allow any Web site to offer its own free, self-branded email.

October 28, 1997


Short Take: Free email service offered in China

ChinaByte, a joint venture between Chinese government newspaper People's Daily and media giant News Corporation, will begin offering free Chinese-language email powered by CommTouch on its Web site. The service allows Chinese speakers to compose, send, and read email on ChinaByte.

By August 4, 1998


Short Take: LookSmart adds free email

Search site LookSmart has furthered its push into the portal space by adding free email, powered by CommTouch. The firm last month said it would up its status on Netscape Communications' Netcenter Search Page to bolster its brand recognition.

June 11, 1998


Short Take: Yahooligans beefs up content

Yahooligans, Yahoo's Web site for users 7 to 12 years old, announced new features. They include news written for and by young people, sports information, and an email program offered in conjunction with CommTouch Software.

By September 22, 1997