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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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Under AOL's plan, every message sent as preferred e-mail would be charged a fee of between one-quarter of a penny and one cent--based on volume--in exchange for special handling.
PST) files are a popular local storage location for Microsoft Exchange e-mail data.
Payment and/or quotas--parents either pay per e-mail or are limited to a certain number of emails a week.
If you do not have a formal ad but can provide an electronic version of your text via e-mail or on a diskette, we will include it for a limited time in the journal.
E-mail commands are quick and powerful; they allow you to perform a series of tasks in a single message.
Sending e-mail campaigns from your own non-dedicated servers can negatively affect individual e-mail being sent from these servers.
In 2000, 2 percent of advertising dollars was allocated to e-mail marketing.
E-mail authentication protects both end-user recipients and e-mail administrators.
Corporate IT departments have attempted to cope with the e-mail deluge in the short term by making use of the Exchange servers' ability to handle large volumes of data.
In order for spammers to distribute spam, releasing their identity to each of the recipients of their e-mail messages will be a requirement, thereby creating a serious problem for them.
Clearswift today announced the launch of MIMEsweeper Email Managed Service, a fully hosted e-mail content security service designed to deliver effortless e-mail security.