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RocketMail was one of the first major free webmail services. The service was originally a product of Four11 Corporation. For a brief time, RocketMail battled with Hotmail for the number-one spot among free webmail services. Four11, including RocketMail, was acquired by Yahoo! in 1997 for $92 million.  Yahoo! assimilated the RocketMail engine.
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Rocketmail.com supports IMAP / SMTP That means you don't have to use Rocketmail.com webmail interface! You can check your emails using other email programs (like Mailbird, Microsoft Outlook or Mozilla Thunderbird). Using desktop email programs will make you more productive and your email will always be available, even offline.
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Access Your Existing RocketMail Account To access your existing RocketMail account, visit Yahoo Mail's login page and type your email address and password. Include your RocketMail domain name attached to your username, as in email@example.com. Logging in using Yahoo Mail does not switch your email address or domain name in any way.
Rocketmail was one of the first free, web-based email clients on the market and was produced by a company known as Four11. In the late 1990s, Four11 was acquired by Yahoo, and Rocketmail became Yahoo Mail until fairly recently (2008), Yahoo resurrected the Rocketmail name and now lets its users choose either a Yahoo mail address or Rocketmail address.
Mail webmail interface, in beta in 2007. On July 9, 2004, Yahoo! acquired Oddpost, a webmail service which simulated a desktop email client. Oddpost had features such as drag-and-drop support, right-click menus, RSS feeds, a preview pane, and increased speed using email caching to shorten response time.