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May 27, 2002

Automatic E-Mail Translation Service

In a new service timed to coincide with the World Cup, Impulse Japan Inc. will offer a service that automatically translates e-mail messages between Japanese, Korean and English from May 29th. The company plans to expand the service to ten languages, including Chinese, French and Italian by next spring. Users of the service, which will cost ¥300 a month, write a message at the Impulse site and specify the language and recipients. The translated message is then sent.

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