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Thaimail was Thailand's first webmail provider, operating from 15 April 1997 to 1 September 2014. The service was conceived as a free public service by the IT company ARIP, at a time when the Internet was first being introduced to Thailand. The website featured menus in the Thai language, and later included e-cards, chat rooms, discussion boards and classifieds services.

The service, located at, could be accessed via a typical web browser on any internet connected computer. Thaimail users received as their email address. At the end of its service, Thaimail had over four million registered users.[1]

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  1. ^ Udomkalayalux, Phakaphong (27 June 2014). " E-mail แรกของไทย ปิดตัว 1 ก.ย.นี้". VoiceTV. Retrieved 27 April 2017.