The Army has changed its Webmail service, and it seems that the Army is using a lot of different email addresses for their online services.
The Army has replaced their old webmail service with an entirely new one that is designed to handle all sorts of different users.
A blog post from Army’s Vice President of Global Security and Information Management, Jason Hallett, revealed the new web mail, which has a lot more features than the old one, including support for HTML5, CSS3, JSON, XML and JSONP.
“The Army’s webmail has been designed with the goal of delivering a secure and robust service for users of all ages and abilities,” Halleatt wrote.
It also uses a new design and design language to ensure that users are not overwhelmed by the number of tabs that are being opened.
One of the new features of the Army webmail is support for Webmail Server Extensions, which allows you to add a new tab, attach a file or open an email attachment from within the webmail.
According to Halleitt, these extensions will make it easier for users to customize the web mail experience for their needs.
Some of the features that are new include: