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method of correspondence via the Internet; communication sent by electronic mail (also e-mail)
correspond via e-mail; send communications through electronic mail (Computers)


email
n : (computer science) a system of world-wide electronic communication in which a computer user can compose a message at one terminal that is generated at the recipient's terminal when he logs in [syn: electronic mail , e-mail]
v : communicate electronically on the computer; "she e-mailed me the good news" [syn: e-mail, netmail]





Outlook Express Mail Message
(Rename to .EML to access in OE but beware of viruses and worms)


Electronic mail, most commonly called email or e-mail since around 1993, is a method of exchanging digital messages from an author to one or more recipients. Email operates across the Internet or other computer networks via an email provider's server facility.

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(e-mail or E-mail) Online communications between computer users. The most frequently used communications tool on the Internet. E-mail allows you to communicate with one or thousands of users in less time and for less money than it takes to communicate with another person via traditional phone or mail services.

Message, usually text, transmitted over the Internet and sent from one person to another (although you can also sent email to a large number of email addresses (mailing list )).

Noun
1. (computer science) a system of world-wide electronic communication in which a computer user can compose a message at one terminal that is generated at the recipient's terminal when he logs in
(synonym) electronic mail, e-mail
(antonym) snail mail
(hypernym) electronic communication
(hyponym) freemail
(derivation) e-mail, netmail
(classification) computer science, computing
Verb
1. communicate electronically on the computer; "she e-mailed me the good news"
(synonym) e-mail, netmail
(hypernym) telecommunicate
(hyponym) spam
(entail) mail, post, send
(derivation) electronic mail, e-mail
(classification) computer science, computing


Electronic Mail

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Electronic mail transmitted between millions of users connected on networks worldwide. Messages are exchanged instantaneously, usually at zero marginal cost to users, thereby saving greatly on national or international telephone and express mail fees. Messages may be stored in computer files and processed at a user's convenience.   Precautionary advice is given under ActiveX . (See also Internet , Internet Messaging ,  SLIP , and USENet )
I wrote the following at http://WWW.Trinity.edu/rjensen/bookurl.htm#071498

/ee'mayl/ (also written `e-mail' and `E-mail') 1. n. Electronic mail automatically passed through computer networks and/or via modems over common-carrier lines. Contrast snail-mail, paper-net, voice-net. See network address. 2. vt. To send electronic mail.

Oddly enough, the word `emailed' is actually listed in the OED; it means "embossed (with a raised pattern) or perh. arranged in a net or open work". A use from 1480 is given. The word is probably derived from French `émaillé' (enameled) and related to Old French `emmailleüre' (network). A French correspondent tells us that in modern French, `email' is a hard enamel obtained by heating special paints in a furnace; an `emailleur' (no final e) is a craftsman who makes email (he generally paints some objects (like, say, jewelry) and cooks them in a furnace).

There are numerous spelling variants of this word. In Internet traffic up to 1995, `email' predominates, `e-mail' runs a not-too-distant second, and `E-mail' and `Email' are a distant third and fourth.

Electronic MAIL

Most electronic mail packages provide a method for mailing to other users' electronic mail addresses that are not on the local machine.
An e-mail address has two parts, separated by @ .The portion before the @ sign is the username, or mailbox name, of a particular user. The portion after the @ is the location adress. The suffix, in this case .gov, denotes what type of organization.
Example: president@whitehouse.gov (By clicking, you can actually send the President some email.)


Electronic mail. For transmitting messages between computers. First achieved in 1972 by Ray Tomlinson, the man who chose the @ symbol as a separator.

See: Electronic mail A system whereby a computer user can exchange messages with other computer users (or groups of users) via a communications network. Electronic mail is one of the most popular uses of the Internet. [Source: NNSC]

Electronic Mail - a way of sending other people messages from your PC . Widely used facility on the Internet that basically sends addressed messages over a Network . The message normally gets there in a couple of minutes. Internet users refer to the conventional Mail system as "Snail Mail". Who says Anoraks don't have a sense of humour.


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