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Facebook email: Is this actually an enterprise play? So about this Facebook event on Monday...ZDNet's Sam Diaz will be there and will let us know just how much truth there is to the rumors of a new email service being rolled out to Facebook users. Mary Jo Foley has heard a rumor though, that just might have Google execs shaking in their boots. Potential integration of Facebook, email, and Office Web Apps might actually represent Facebook's first enterprise play. As Mary Jo explains, Microsoft already provides its own Facebook + Office Web Apps mash-up, known as Microsoft Docs.
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