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New Delhi | Wednesday, 2018 10:15:00 PM IST
An Indian IT firm has developed an e-mail service that would enable Korean people to get email IDs in their own linguistic script.

This has been done using Make in India 'DataMail' app that bridges the gap between English and non-English writing or reading population. It enables an email address in the language of the users choice and allows communication in preferred languages.

Data XGen Technologies, a known innovator in providing linguistic email service, announced the launch at World IT Show in Seoul on Wednesday.

The firm has already launched email services in Arabic, Russian, Thai and Chinese languages and has become the first Indian IT firm to provide linguistic email services globally.

"Korea is a large linguistic market which makes it an obvious choice for DataMail' services," said Ajay Data, founder and CEO, Data XGen.

The company also provides email addresses in 15 Indian languages.

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2018-05-23-21:32:07 (IANS)

 
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