The secret project, codename Project Titan, will allow users to create @facebook.com email addresses. It seems as more evidences start appearing, “Facebook has launched a new website “http://mail.facebook.com,” that displays Microsoft Outlook Web App (see pic below ), which confirms that Facebook and Microsoft are working on some sort of mail client that uses Outlook Web Apps.
Back in February we wrote about Facebook’s secret Project Titan — a web-based email client that we hear is unofficially referred to internally as its “Gmail killer”. Now we’ve heard from sources that this is indeed what’s coming on Monday during Facebook’s special event, alongside personal @facebook.com email addresses for users.
This isn’t a big surprise — the event invites Facebook sent out hinted strongly that the news would have something to do with its Inbox, sparking plenty of speculation that the event could be related to Titan. Our understanding is that this is more than just a UI refresh for Facebook’s existing messaging service with POP access tacked on. Rather, Facebook is building a full-fledged webmail client, and while it may only be in early stages come its launch Monday, there’s a huge amount of potential here.