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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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The time has come to provide everyone, not just people who have high-end mobile devices, with access to their emails while they are on the go," said Skuli Mogensen, CEO and Founder of OZ.
StrongMail Email Marketing Edition Combines Easy-to-Use Campaign Management With an Advanced Technology Platform for Better Control, Delivery and Bottom Line Results
Transactional emails are an opportunity to touch your customers.
As our business grew the performance of our original email infrastructure crumbled leaving emails undelivered.
There might be one rate for plain text email, a higher rate for e-mail with links and images, and still an even higher rate for e-mail with attachments like e-documents, audio, and video.
Emerging changes to email carry the promise of abating abuse, but will these changes be effective and ensure fairness?
Decorative graphics--create a set of decorative graphics and allow parents to add them to the email.
A high percentage of emails from patients are administrative rather than medical and typically concern matters that have not traditionally required physician's direct involvement.
For instance, Barracuda Networks found that nearly one in every 1,000 emails sent in the last month was a political email.
Users send overwhelming numbers of personal emails from work, but job hunters and moonlighters beware--court cases surrounding personal emails sent from work have favored the corporations, essentially ruling that when an employee uses the company email system to send an email it is no longer personal and First Amendment rights do not apply.
These emails contain redundant or worthless data that no longer represents any value to the organization.