Yahoo on Friday told users of Xoopit that the Gmail integration of its service would soon be disintegrated.
Xoopit, which aggregates media files from users' Gmail accounts, was acquired by Google rival Yahoo in late July and has since been integrated into the company's own web mail service.
Users of Xoopit will have until November 13 to get any media from Yahoo's servers, after which it will no longer be available. Users of Xoopit will have until 13 November to get any media from Yahoo's servers, after which it will no longer be available. Doing this is necessary only for users who have deleted the source file from their Gmail account, as Xoopit simply copies over the media, leaving the version on Google's servers intact. Yahoo will continue to hold on to all users' data until next February to comply with its 90-day data retention policy, it said.
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