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Iran Opens National Email Service Run by the Post Office

The Iranian government has opened a national email service and is assigning an email address to every Iranian citizen. The country's postal service will manage the new email service. The country has been known to occasionally block access to foreign email providers including Gmail and Yahoo. In addition, accessing the internet through private networks and access banned websites is illegal in Iran.

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