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Nature isn’t too big on redundancy. That’s why cave creatures lose their eyesight; aquatic animals lose limbs; and why, as of Monday, Facebook gave up their email service. Some three and a half years after its launch, the
Remember way back in the annals of Facebook history (in November 2010, to be exact), the social media website gave us all a free @facebook.com email address? Well, seems most of us haven't been using this service, so now http://www.
Now my intray is filled with FaceBook "friend" requests that (fortunately) drop into my spam tray -- and even a short stint on the site reminded me why it's something that just never appealed to me. However, I do have to say that it's pretty obvious
Hey, remember that thing last week where Facebook replaced the email address on your profile with an "@facebook.com" email address, but never told you they were going to do this? Sure, it seemed pushy, ill-advised, and inconvenient --
Facebook users Find out how to change your email on Facebook back to what it was. Like most Facebook users, Shanny Latney didn't notice when the social media site created an email application in 2010. She also didn't notice when Facebook replaced her
Facebook already annoyed its users by automatically posting their @facebook.com addresses to profiles and displaying them as the default...After several news reports, Facebook confirmed on Monday that the problem is real. The company says it was
Story continues below "Today, a co-worker discovered that his contact info for me had been silently updated to overwrite my work email address with my Facebook email address. He discovered this only after sending work emails to the wrong address,"
Facebook users who said the address change, which was done without their consent, resulted in email being redirected, or lost. "When Facebook forced its hundreds of millions of users into an @facebook account, commenters across the Internet talked
Facebook has managed to upset some of its customers yet again by changing all of its users' default email addresses without permission. Facebook has begun changing all users' default contact details to @Facebook.com email
But Anthony Mullen, an analyst at Forrester Research, said: This is a direction Facebook needs to move in. Facebook want to usurp existing email identities with their own to help drive up traffic to its site and lock users into its service. The