WoozyFly.com sings a new e-mail service tune with BigString partnership

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Online music site WoozyFly.com has partnered with e-mail marketing firm BigString Corporation to be the private label e-mail provider for WoozyFly's free e-mail service to its members.

Now WoozyFly members will get a free e-mail account with the functionalities of BigString's e-mail services, including self-destructing, tracking and video e-mail.

Users of the WoozyFly.com's private label e-mail will be able to send an embedded video e-mail with up to 10 minutes of content without the need for the recipient to click on the a link or download the video.

Another e-mail feature allows users to remotely erase or modify e-mails sent to recipients, designate their e-mails to be non-forwardable, non-printable and/or non-savable, or opt to have their e-mails self-destruct after a set amount of time or views.

In addition, users also will have the ability to send secure e-mails via an encrypted, password-protected e-mail system that can only be open via a secure socket layer.

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