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e-mail

e-mail

Electronic mail, email Computers Scripted communication and attachments sent over a local or wide-area network or Internet to a distant recipient. See Listserv®, Mail-list. Cf Snail mail, Voice mail.
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WinZip Computing, a division of Corel (NASDAQ: CREL) and a provider of data compression software, yesterday announced the release of WinZip Courier, a file compression and encryption solution which integrates with e-mail software to reduce the size of e-mail attachments.
Sobig is an e-mail and network worm, sending itself around as a PIF e-mail attachment.
Yet despite all the wireless and mobile solutions available to today's "road warriors," few address the need to access e-mail attachments.
Join Proginet at this cutting edge technology event where we'll be showcasing Slingshot and Slingshot Vault, the Company's solutions for secure e-mail attachment management.
C2C Systems has launched a new version of MaX Compression, its automated e-mail attachment compression utility for Microsoft Outlook and Exchange Server.
In addition, our faculty and staff also rely on receiving a variety of e-mail attachments," said Randy Backus, director of IT services at Wallingford Public Schools.
The BlackBerry 7100r combines superior wireless phone, e-mail (and e-mail attachment viewing), text messaging, organizer, and applications all in a single wireless device.
Until now, no one has ever developed a document management service that tracks different document versions - whether someone else is working on the document, it is sent as an e-mail attachment, or it is a working version on a hard drive or shared drive.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 3, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation today announced that it has developed a mobile phone document viewer, which enables quick, high-quality display of e-mail attachments, even those comprised of rich media contents such as images and charts, on a user's mobile phone.
factor with different, common scenarios with which everyone can identify because almost every working individual experiences them every day: opening e-mail attachments, downloading Internet files, forwarding virus warnings to friends, and visiting unfamiliar Web sites.