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Google Envelopes - concept way of sending mails

Google Envelopes - concept way of sending mails
Rahul Mahtani & Yofred Moik students from Syracuse University (US) came up with this concept called Google Envelopes that enable you to map the course of mail as if it was a story. Then the envlopes can be sent through G-Mail itself. ONLY a concept so far, but totally will rock our world. Related Posts Reuse your packages Related:  awesome pics

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