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YahooEmailsplitter.com
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YahooEmailsplitter.com
YahooEmailsplitter.com
YahooEmailsplitter.com
 Los Angeles California dateline Wed. April 9, 2008
“Just in over the wire”
Flash: Yahoo.com just unveiled the newest discovery
made in the laboratory the Emailsplitter.
Due to secrecy the news just leaked out of the California offices
the Head of Yahoo Constance Dean was talking to the press only moments ago. IN a very nasally voice this is Dean talking “We have to credit CharlaX for this discovery he sent us an emale to ask us to split the infinitive email to make them become two three or four copies at the same time so that when you folder email you can put one email into several different folders at the same time”. There is no need to be so excited we have been working on very similar things for a very long boredom so when that brilliant fabulist sent to us his wants we only filled them”. The product report is filed in the Government Documents and hidden from the public eye. Eye went to the yahoo email and signed in the thing is there the link is all it was so strange a thing to see just above the inbox beside compose it just says splitme on the button when you have a message to be foldered into more than one folder just hit the purple button. Then go down and click on the folders to enable them the boxes look just like the ones on contacts it must have been hard to add the software good job yahoo for a job well done. “Hats off to ewe” and waving my middle finger as well that's a gesture of respected glee the yahoo company keep making our free email better. Thank you YAHOO for the emailsplitter. Just go now mye gentle reader ewe to YahooEmailsplitter.com to get the updated version.


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