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The new AKO, called AKO 2.0, offers a more mobile-friendly and contemporary look and feel, modern navigation, the first-ever Army Directory linking users to Army organizations and a home page that...Did the army get rid of Ako?
Why did Army get rid of AKO? AKO got started in the late 1990s as a source of online information and collaboration tools for Army personnel.AKO email addresses had been used when soldiers were changing locations, but DEE accounts will stay with soldiers throughout their careers , thus eliminating the need for AKO email, the Army said.What did Ako switch to?
The group currently uses AKO webmail for their primary Army email, and they are one of the last large Army groups to migrate to DOD Enterprise Email, or DEE. The AKO Webmail migration is part of the overall Army migration from legacy email systems to DEE. Of the approximately 1.5 million Army users, 760,000 have already migrated.