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Snapfish develops e-mail uploads

A new tool from online photo service Snapfish will let subscribers use e-mail to send photos directly from camera phones to the Web.

Online photo service Snapfish introduced a feature on Wednesday that enables people to upload pictures from camera phones using e-mail.

The new tool gives Snapfish's 8 million users the option of e-mailing images directly to their accounts, bypassing the need to upload them through the service's Web site.

The upgrade also includes free photo software and the option of printing poster-size images. Snapfish offers scanning of photographs and storage of digital photos for viewing on the Web. It also develops rolls of film.

Consumers can e-mail their images to from a computer, a camera phone or a personal digital assistant. Once the delivery of the photos has been confirmed through a response e-mail, Snapfish posts the images to the subscriber's Snapfish account.

The San Francisco company's new photo management and display software, Snapfish PhotoShow Express, offers organization, editing and multimedia tools.