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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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e-mailer plus was released by Amstrad in February 2002 priced at GBP99 and was an upgraded version of the group's original-design e-mailer product which was launched in March 2000.
Many e-mailers pay no attention to the appearance of e-mails.
The day is not too distant when an e-mailer will find himself or herself in court, perhaps in an employment discrimination suit, for a statement uttered only in a single e-mail message.
One e-mailer brought up the 9/11 incident in which a group of men aboard the terrorist-taken Flight 93 rushed the cockpit in an attempt to overtake the hijackers.
I HAVE been targeted again by a scam e-mailer promising me unexpected wealth if I agree to help with a small financial problem overseas.
First up, e-mailer Matt, Evanton, Ross-shire, said: "Ref Willie Collum was spot on with the decision to give only a caution and although Boruc's foot was high he did pull out of the challenge and made little contact with Craig Dargo.
And an anonymous e-mailer wants to know which singer has sung the most live shows ever?
The source of the leak is unknown, with Maxwell saying he did not know whether the e-mailer was using an alias or not.
The anonymous e-mailer told him to drop the camera off at Nikon House in Surrey - where all repairs would be paid for.
And an Oregon e-mailer wrote: "I normally don't buy the newspaper, but instead get my comics from a paid online comic subscription.
The biggest tribute I can pay to Caley (as an angry e-mailer insisted I call the Highlanders) is that their Premierleague opponents had to hit top form to squeeze them out.
Set-top box maker Amstrad yesterday said losses on its Amserve e-mailer business had wiped out more than a third of its profits.