Yahoo! has launched a new email photo-sharing service (in beta), which aims to reduce the amount of memory needed to attach photos to messages.The free PhotoMail service allows users to...

Yahoo! has launched a new email photo-sharing service (in beta), which aims to reduce the amount of memory needed to attach photos to messages.The free PhotoMail service allows users to insert up to 300 photos into the body of an email without the images utilising attachment size limits and inbox storage space.

When a PhotoMail message is sent, the images are automatically stored in the sender’s free Yahoo! Photos account and the pictures appear as a thumbnail in the e-mail, making it easier for the recipient to view them, as there are no large attachments to open.

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