updated 8/9/2006 10:50:17 AM ET 2006-08-09T14:50:17

Time Warner Inc.’s AOL division said Wednesday it will make personalized e-mail domains available for free to all Internet users beginning next month.

The service, which will be called AOL My eAddress, will allow users to set up and register a customized e-mail address using .com or .net domains, and add up to 100 additional identities onto their personal domain at no charge.

Individuals will be able to use the personalized domain as an e-mail address, AOL instant messenger address and to access features across the AOL network.

The company said users will also soon be able to use the domain as the address of their personal Web page on the free AIM Pages social networking service.

Last week, AOL announced it was going to start giving away e-mail accounts and software previously available only to its paying customers.

The My eAddress service will be available in September at www.aol.com.

Shares of Time Warner gained a penny to $16.20 in morning trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

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