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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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One angry e-mailer suggested people at the Journal should commit suicide.
Others, such as one e-mailer to this paper, ask, "Is this how we attract business to Worcester?
Another outraged e-mailer says the Dublin rocker is only trying to sell the myth of being working class-come-good.
Signing up at the worst e-mailer offender in the quiz resulted in 1,075 e-mails per week.
Camara's background prior to extending the invitation, (1) they did not discover this history until weeks later, when an anonymous e-mailer provided them with the details.
And then there's the case of Michael Ballack, pointed out by an e-mailer to the Guardian newspaper's Web site in England.
The EUR3 videophone, which costs pounds 99, is the third in a series from Amstrad and follows the original E-mailer launched in March 2000 and E-mailer Plus, which came out two years ago.
My lack of computer savvy limits my use of it to that of a glorified typewriter, filing system and e-mailer.
The e-mailer included enough personal information about the CEO and the CEO's family to cause a lot of concern.
On almost all occasions they have to be cleared up by a couple of telephone calls--the phone calls the original e-mailer should have made in the first place.
ELECTRONICS firm Amstrad said annual profits would be significantly ahead of current market expectations due to higher revenues from its Amserve e-mailer business.
No thought was given to an e-mailer posing as someone else.