electronic mail; a digitally encoded message sent from one computer to another through an electronic communications medium, especially by means of a computer network.
to send (an e-mail message) to someone; as, I emailed the article to the editor; she emailed me her report.
Electronic mail sent using the internet. You can only send E-mail from a computer with a modem or one which is connected to a network with an internet facility. There are different types of E-mail software programmes, Pegasus mail being a popular one because it is available as Freeware from the WWW to individual users. Other common programmes include Simeon and Eudora, and E-mail is integral to certain software packages such as Outlook. E-mail is useful not only for passing memos internally, or for contacting people nationally and internationally cheaply and quickly (within seconds), but also as a way of passing documents for others to read as an attachment.
Electronic Mail. Widely used network application in which text messages and attachments are transmitted electronically between end users over various types of networks using various network protocols.
Electronic messages sent via the Internet. Fill: A transaction whereby a supply of chips, coins, and tokens are transferred from a bankroll to a table or an electronic gaming device.
This refers to the actual service C&IT offers for e-mail. It does not refer to the way you read e-mail (see "E-mail Clients").
This is a form of data transferring. Data is transferred from one address to another electronically through cyberspace, over a long path of detours.
Private messages delivered via computer networks to an individual's e-mail address.
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.
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Online communications between computer users.
An electronic message sent by one person on a network to another person on the same or a different network.
Exchange of information by means of an electronic or telecommunications text-based format. Messages are usually in the form of ASCII or enhanced forms of text that allow the recipient to read, save and edit the text. Graphics, sound, binary, additional text or other file formats can usually be sent with e-mails as attachments.
E-mail is a way to send private messages to an Internet user or to a group of Internet users at the same time. E-mail can be restricted to users in the same ISP or company. However, most sites offer the ability to send E-mail anywhere on the Internet.
Communication form based on the exchange of computer stored messages via telecommunication over the Internet.
Electronic messages delivered on-line.
Electronic messages that are sent and received.
The system whereby messages are automatically passed from one computer user to another through computer networks. Most e-mail systems allow "attachments" of files of different formats to be sent along with the text in the message body.
A standard way of communicating online by sending messages.
A way of electronically transmitting messages via phone or cable lines connecting computer terminals.
A mechanism for sending and receiving electronic messages by means of an Internet Service Provider and the Internet.
Messages, usually text, sent from one person to another. It may also be sent from one person to many using Mailing Lists.
Messages sent from one person to another via computer. E-mail is the most widely-used facility on the Internet. It is much faster than conventional postal ("snail") mail; messages can reach transoceanic destinations in seconds. E-mail messages themselves are almost always plain text, though other types of material can be sent as attachments. E-mail can be sent automatically to a large number of addresses by using a mailing list. See also listserv, maillist.
A method of sending messages and/or files electronically.
Messages that are sent from one person to another electronically. These messages can include text, graphics, and audio information.
The digital transmission of a message from one person to another using a communications network.
An electronic message; a system for sending and receiving messages electronically over a computer network or via the Internet, as between personal computers.
An E-mail program is used to send and receive email. E-mail can be messages sent within a network or over the Internet. Each user can have an address. The program allows you to write the message and the send it in there proper way to the server. This is a type of software. It also deals with Networks.
A communication system for exchanging messages and attached files. E-mail can be sent to anyone in the work as along as both parties have access to the Internet and an e-mail address.
Means of sending communications eg, memos, letters and attached files from one computer to another. The e-mail system may be internal to a company, or open. If it is web-based you can access your emails from anywhere.
messages sent from one person to another via computer. Generally text, but can include attached files of documents, graphics, sounds, or videos.
Electronically transmitted mail. E-mail sends your correspondence instantaneously anywhere in the world via the Internet. It is the most popular use of the Internet because of the capability to send messages at anytime, to anyone for less money than it would cost to mail a letter or call someone on the phone.
A written message sent electronically between two or more computers. They can also contain documents, images, video clips or music.
A way of sending messages on computers attached to local or global networks. | français
An Internet tool for electronically transmitting messages or documents.
E-mail allows you to send private messages to the lecturer or other students. You can select several recipients by holding down the CTRL key.
a computer-based form of sending and receiving messages via the Internet. Users may have their own e-mail account or use a shared account, which is quite common in the developing world.
If additional text, image files or the like needed for your online order need to be sent by e-mail, please use only the e-mail address provided on the relevant form.
IKANO's e-mail service integrates highly reliable hardware, Internet connectivity, operations management, and monitoring. With IKANO e-mail, clients can concentrate on the success of their business instead of the hassles and expenses of purchasing and managing their own in-house e-mail system. IKANO's e-mail service is designed for businesses of all sizes.
Messages sent electronically between users over a network.
Text messages sent through a network to a specified individual or group. E-mail messages can carry attached files so that you can send word processing files or graphics, for example.
communicate electronically on the computer; "she e-mailed me the good news"
a message sent to one or several people
a private message even if it is sent anonymously
a stored communication if it has been down-loaded from a service provider onto a computer and can be accessed using that computer without any further use of a line
a written message transmitted electronically -- as opposed to other means, like truck, ship, plane or, I don't know, pony
Messages or letters sent and received in electronic form.
Transfer of information through a mail server
Messages that are exchanged between computer users via a network.
1) A system for sending and receiving messages electronically over a computer network, as between personal computers. 2) A message or messages sent or received by such a system.
The transmission, electronically, of letters, memos and messages from one computer to another.
lectronic Mail - A system to pass messages from one computer to another via the telecommunications network.
A way to communicate using the internet. You need the appropriate software; we recommend Eudora Lite, which is a shareware program that you can download from a site on the web. Commercial programs are also available, and Netscape itself can be used in a pinch to send and receive email. (cf Email Netiquette)
A service that allows people to send text messages, sometimes with pictures and sounds, from their computer to any other computer in the world.
A quick way to send a written message anywhere in the world via a phone line and your modem. You will, however, also need an account with an Internet Service Provider ( ISP).
The means of transporting mail electronically between users via a network. An e-mail address has the form email@example.com.
a system that uses telecommunications to send messages from one computer to another.
E-Mail is an electronic transfer of information in either ASCII or EBCDIC format from the service bureau to another service bureau. They are then able to download the data onto their computers and format it to their language.
The transmission of memos and messages over a network. Users can send messages to one or many recipients.
E-mail is defined as a message that is sent (often via the Internet) directly to another individual's e-mail address. It can be thought of as being the electronic equivalent to mailing a letter to a person via the Post Office.
A service that permits you to send messages or files to or receive the same from an individual or a group of people.
the exchange of information from one computer to another using software that is designed to send and receive the information.
A telematic service similar to the normal postal system, except that it uses a computer system. This is a new and efficient means of communication between computers and databases all over the world.
Electronic transmission of message from one party to another via computer and phone lines or computer and cable.
Messages sent from one person to another over the computer.
Allows users to send messages via telecommunications.
(email) lectronic Mail
electronic messages sent from one computer to another computer through the Internet.
The transfer of electronic messages and/or documents between computers.
Sometimes called Email. A way of sending and receiving messages between users on a network. If you work in an office and all the PCs are linked in a local area network, you could send messages to each user on the network. If you are connected to the Internet, you can send messages to any other user who is also connected to the Internet. In order to send a message, you'll need special software
The computer-based equivalent of postal mail â€“ e(lectronic)-mail. Properly addressed e-mail can be sent and received by anyone connected to the Internet. From the perspective of the Internet, all e-mail is composed of printable text (ASCII) messages.
Method of sending electronic messages using modem and communication software.
A system for sending and receiving text-based messages and files over the internet
A computer file associated with a domain name computer folder or directory like...firstname.lastname@example.org
A system that allows network users or groups of users to exchange messages. The term also refers to the messages themselves and is also often used as a verb to describe the act of sending electronic messages.
( lectronic mail) Memos and messages transmitted over a computer network, usually the Internet.
a system for transmitting messages electronically, using an e-mail software program and the power of the Internet
This is when you send messages and information to other people, using the internet. You can send pictures and sound as well as just text. It is possible to communicate with anyone else in any part of the world â€“ as long as you have their e-mail address.
A means of sending typed messages from one computer to another over the internet or network.
Term describing messages sent over a computer network. E-mail has become one of the most popular uses of the Internet.
The method by which mail or messages are sent/received on the internet.
Messages sent from a "sender" to one or more "recipients" across a network or the Internet. Messages may be sent using SMTP and received using POP3. Web mail is also classified as e-mail. E-mail may have attachments. To send an e-mail message.
Short for electronic mail. E-mail is sent through the computer instead of through your local post office. This allows you to send and receive messages with your computer.
Electronic mail. Messages sent from one person to another via computer networks. A way to personally communicate with others over the Internet or within a network.
Electronic mail, nearly instantaneous messages sent across computer networks. Though fast, e-mail is asynchronous, because messages are stored on the recipient's computer or mail server until she or he wishes to read or reply to them. E-mail is now contrasted with snail mail, a term describing the relative slowness or inconvenience of conventional paper mail.
Electronic Mail. The service that allows you to send and receive electronic messages over the Internet is provided by your ISP. You can incorporate a feature in your web site that allows your visitors to send you feedback or questions via email.
A way of sending messages from one person to another over the Internet - literally an "electronic mail". Also the most popular use of the Internet - roughly 30 billion messages are sent every day.
Electronic mail. Text messages sent from one person to another person, on the same or different computer systems. Systems at the same building or site may be connected together with a LAN, while systems at different sites are generally connected by a WAN.
Electronic Mail, or e-mail is messages sent from one person to another person via computer. E-mail can be sent to several people at once thru a mailing list, or even to many people by the use of a list server.
also known as electronic mail, is a telecommunication exchange of computer text messages. In addition to plain text messages, e-mails may also include attachments of text and non-text files (graphic images and sound files), spreadsheets, and programs
A means of sending messages from a computer to one or more other computers over a telephone line.
Messages, usually text, sent from one person to another via a computer. E-mail can also be sent automatically to a large number of addresses.
Electronic mail, mail that is sent from one computer to another.
E-mail, or electronic mail, is a method of sending text messages from one person's computer to another through the Internet. An e-mail address would look something like email@example.com.
This stands for electronic or e-mail. It is a method of sending a letter from one person to another electronically. Once you address the letter, the computer automatically sets up your letter for reply. E-mail is quick and painless. You can also send large documents to another person by "attaching" or "appending" the documents to your e-mail.
the free formatted sending and receiving of messages from one computer to another.
The main form of communication and the primary use of the Internet is e-mail. Electronic mail, or e-mail, is a simple tool for exchanging brief text messages between individuals or among a larger audience. List Servers and digests are special forums that address larger audiences, typically a specific group with common interests. For more information take a look at the Information Page on E-mail.
Electronic mail: an electronic means of communication in which (a) usually text is transmitted, (b) operations include sending, storing, processing, and receiving information, (c) users are allowed to communicate under specified conditions, and (d) messages are held in storage until called for by the addressee.
Electronic form of communication that allows one to both send message to and receive messages from anyone whom has an e-mail account.
(Electronic mail) -- Messages which are sent from one computer or on-line service to another using a local area network, bulletin board service (BBS) or the Internet. The messages arrive at their destination mailbox seconds after they were sent, unlike paper copies of "snail mail" that takes days for delivery through the U.S. Postal Service. "E-mail" is commonly used both as a noun and verb.
Electronic mail, or computer-based mail.
Electronic mail. The use of a local or wide-area computer network to send and receive messages. Electronic mail is made possible by computer networking. Linked by high-speed data connections that cross national boundaries, electronic mail allows you to compose a message and transmit this message in seconds to one or more recipients. Unlike a telephone call, it isn't necessary for a recipient to be present when the message is received; the recipient's computer stores the message and displays a message, such as "You have mail waiting," the next time to recipient logs on to the system.
Short for "electronic mail." E-mail programs allow computer users to exchange text messages and attached files over the Internet.
Electronic Mail. E-mail is mail that's electronically transmitted by your computer. As opposed to snail mail, e-mail sends your messages instantaneously, anywhere in the world. It is the killer app of the Internet because of its capability to send messages at any time, to anyone, for less money than mailing a letter or calling someone on the telephone. In fact, there are now more e-mail addresses than telephone numbers in the world.
Electronic mail. A text message having a memo-like format, sent from one e-address to another. You can send e-mail in several ways-- across a local area network, via the Internet, or through an online service like America Online-- and you can send it to a single recipient or to many. When you send an e-mail message, it is delivered to virtual mailbox, and the recipient has view or retrieve the message using software, such Outlook or Eudora.
Exchange of computer-stored messages by electronic communication. E-mail messages are typically transferred over the Internet. E-mail is the most popular Internet service and already reaches hundreds of millions of users. SAP also provides e-mail functionality in its applications.
"Electronic mail". This is one of the main communication functions of the Internet, and enables messages to be sent across computer networks between individual users, or to groups of users. Each person has an email address, not unlike a street address, in the form name@domain where the domain may be the person's company, or a dedicated email provider such as Hotmail or Gmail. Its main advantage over more traditional forms of communication lies in its speed and in the ability to add attachments, which may be files of any kind, to the message.
Abbreviation for electronic mail. A letter or memo sent to a person or group electronically on the Internet.
It's the abbreviation of electronic-mail. It's the address for internet correspondence. It's formed by a name, that can be a department's name, a person's name or a services', the symbol @ and the domain to which is entailed. Thus, your saling department e-mail would be like this firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program that allows you to send and receive messages and attached files over a network.
This stands for electronic mail. It is a service provided over the Internet that allows you to send information to another person or list of people.
E-Mail stands for Electronic Mail that is sent over the internet.
A service for sending messages electronically, over a computer network.
(Electronic Mail) Transmission of messages over the internet to a person or group.
Electronic mail, which enables people with different computers and operating systems to communicate with each other via the Internet.
lectronic mail. Correspondence between two or more people.
Also called electronic mail, refers to messages sent over the Internet. E-mail can be sent and received via newer types of wireless phones, but you generally need to have a specific e-mail account.
E-mail is a method for sending and receiving messages between users over a network.
Electronic mail, one of the most popular ways of communication on the Internet.
Electronic mail, a most common use of the Internet. E-mail is used to send not just messages but all kinds of data files. Road Runner Business Class options include "vanity" e-mail addresses (with your own domain name) and Web-based e-mail. Read more about RRBC e-mail options.
Electronic Mail. Text messages sent through a network to a specified individual or group. Received messages are stashed in a inbox, and can be kept, deleted replied to, or forwarded to another recipient, depending upon your E-mail program. Besides a message, E-mail can carry attached files so you can send word processing files or graphics.
(Electronic Mail) E-Mail is electronic mail. It's the digital, packetized means of transmitting messages via phone lines to other people's computers using an online service or ISP. [See Also: SMTP
electronic mail, letters sent through the Internet
Stands for Electronic Mail. This is a system of relaying messages across the Internet, from one Internet user to another.
Electronic mail. A way of sending an electronic letter or messages between individuals or computers.
Shortened form of electronic mail, describes the transmission of messages over a public or private network. The majority of traffic over the Internet is in the form of e-mail.
Short for electronic mail. A memo sent to a person or group on the Net.
email Message sent via any email client (an e-mail); or the medium of electronic mail (use e-mail to report any changes) yes Buttons (Global); Global Button Flow
A program that sends messages electronically by a unique address
Electronic mail. Messages sent between users of computer systems, where the computer systems are used to hold and transport the messages. Sender and receiver(s) need not be online at the same time, or even on the same computer, to communicate. At Penn, Elm, a command- driven, host-based mailer, is recommended for widespread student use and for faculty and staff without Ethernet connectivity. The word "emailed" is actually listed in the Oxford English Dictionary and is derived from the French word "emmailleure," or network.
Messages, called electronic mail, that are sent and received over a computer network from one person to an intended individual or group.
Electronic mail. A system to transmit and receive messages and files digitally over communication links, particularly the internet. Also, a message resulting from such a system. See server.
Electronic mail. Human-readable messages sent between computers. When used as a verb, to send such messages.
Electronic Mail allows users to send and receive messages via their computers and the Internet.
Electronic Mail which enables you to send and receive messages to and from your computer via the telephone line, and for which a modem is needed.
Short for electronic mail. A way of writing, sending and receiving messages over an electronic communication system. Also describes a message that uses this system.
E-mail is short for electronic mail. It allows for the transfer of information from one computer to another, provided that they are hooked up via some sort of network (often the Internet. E-mail works similarly to FAXing, but its contents typically get printed out on the other end only on demand, not immediately and automatically as with FAX. A machine receiving e-mail will also not reject other incoming mail messages as a busy FAX machine will; rather they will instead be queued up to be received after the current batch has been completed. E-mail is only seven- bit clean, meaning that you should not expect anything other than ASCII data to go through uncorrupted without prior conversion via something like uucode or bcode. Some mailers will do some conversion automatically, but unless you know your mailer is one of them, you may want to do the encoding manually. Reference
E-mail is the primary means of communication over the Internet, as well as its most frequently used application. Users can send each other messages, attaching complete documents, photos, or audio and video clips.
Refers to electronic mail and is a method of transferring messages between computers, as opposed to posting by traditional mail, so-called 'snail mail' due to far longer delivery times than electronic mail which can be sent and opened, even read in seconds.
The email function allows you to use your phone to access e-mail. (The e-mail is retrieved from a server over the air). Formats supported are POP3, IMAP4, SMTP.
Enables you to communicate privately within a course; students can send, read, and search for mail messages. To use mail, click on this icon. Any new messages you've received are stored in the "Inbox," while messages you send are stored in the "Outbox." To create new a message, click on the Compose Mail Message button, fill in the header information, and type your message. Click on the Send button when finished. Open an existing mail folder by clicking on its link; add or modify mail folders by clicking on the Manage Folders button; or perform message maintenance by clicking on the Manage Messages button.
Electronic Mail. Private messages sent between users on different computers, either over a network or via a modem connection to an on-line service or BBS.
Electronic Mail: (written memo's that get transferred from one person to another through computers and networks or the internet.
Electronic mail - Electronically transmitted messages. Linked by high-speed data connections that cross international boundaries, e-mail lets you compose messages and transmit them in seconds to one or more recipients anywhere in the world. Old-fashioned regular mail tends to be called "snail mail".
Electronic mail or notes that are sent to you from one computer to another using a modem
Text messages that are sent from one computer to another, via the Internet or via a company's internal computer network.
communication software that sends/receives electronic messages and attachments to/from single or groups of individuals.
Electronic Mail is comprised of messages delivered via networks, to a specific person or mail box. Files, artwork, or spreadsheets may also be sent. E-mail is used both as a noun and as a verb.
(Electronic Mail) -- E-mail is the most common use of the Internet. It consists of messages, usually in the form of text, which is sent from one person on the Internet to another. E-mail can also be sent to a large number of addresses, which sometimes comes in the form of Spam. Where an E-mail is traveling is decided by the E-mail address it is sent to. Here is a typical E-mail address, this one being the E-mail address of the president: email@example.com The above E-mail address has a few parts to it. The first is the username, president. This designates which user will be receiving the letter. The second part of the email address is the domain name. In this case the domain name is whitehouse.gov. Your email address will look something like this: Your_Username@nb.net See also: Listserv , Maillist
electronic mail, or the exchange of messages via the Internet; because it is speedier than traditional mail and offers easier global access, e-mail has grown in popularity; e-mail messages can be sent to a single person or in bulk to a group of people
An electronic form of communication.
Electronic mail is sent from one person to another via an application or the web.
computer-to-computer messages between one or more individuals via the Internet.
Electronic mail, or e-mail, is a way users with a computer can send messages between each other easily and more quickly than regular mail.
Electronic mail or message. Also e-book, e-business, e-commerce, e-shopping. (The lowercase prefix is an exception to Webster's preference.)
Electronic Mail; addressed messages sent over a computer network, either automatically or by a human user, to one or more recipients.
Electronic mail, e-mail is the transmission of electronic messages across computer networks. e-mail can be keystrokes, photos, complete documents, audio and video clips. e-mail is the most frequently used application on the Internet.
A computer and network-based messaging system that exchanges mail electronically.
Electronic Mail. A way of sending messages electronically from one computer to another. Users can send memos, letters, and other word-based messages, as well as multimedia documents. E-mailing requires having a modem, connecting a telephone line to your computer, and an e-mail address (recognizable because of the "@" symbol, such as firstname.lastname@example.org).
"Electronic mail" consisting of messages sent and/or received electronically.
A message that is sent electronically. E-mails may include different program and media files as attachments. These files are the primary source of computer viruses.
EICAR [European Institute for Computer Anti-Virus Research] Executable file
(electronic mail) A system that enables the exchange of messages between network users or groups of network users.
Transmitting correspondence electronically within an internal or external network.
Electronic mail; Electronic messages sent from a user on one personal computer/workstation to a user on another computer; E-mail software currently in use at OSU is Eudora
Electronic mail. Messages sent through a network to other computers.
(Electronic Mail) Nuff Said
Electronic messages (mail) sent from one computer to another. The messages are received at the user's e-mail address and stored in their mailbox. See also Address.
An electronic mail message sent from a host computer to a remote computer.
(electronic mail) a program and associated files that allow a user to exchange messages with other users
electronic mail - use of computers and modems to transmit data
Private messages, called electronic mail, that are sent and received over a computer network. (Tele, Gr. 4)
electronic mail - A message that is sent electronically from a computer of one person to the computer of another person.
A communication system that allows you to send text, files and/or graphical messages over the Internet.
electronic mail. Text files that are sent from one person to another over the Internet.
messages created, sent, and read completely on computers without ever being printed on paper, also known as electronic mail.
electronic mail, or messages transmitted electronically via computer, using an e-mail software program.
Messages, usually text, sent from one person to another via the Internet.
(Electronic mail) Messages transmitted over the Internet from user to user. E-mail can contain text, but also can carry with it files of any type as attachments.
Electronic mail (an e-mail address usually consists of a user name, the @ sign, and the domain name)
Short for electronic mail, the transmission of messages over communications networks. The messages can be notes entered from the keyboard or electronic files stored on disk. Most mainframes, minicomputers, and computer networks have an e-mail system. Some electronic-mail systems are confined to a single computer system or network, but others have gateways to other computer systems, enabling users to send electronic mail anywhere in the world. Companies that are fully computerized make extensive use of e-mail because it is fast, flexible, and reliable.
Electronic mail is a service available on the Internet that allows you to send messages from one computer to another.
(Electronic Mail) -- An Internet service that enables you to send and receive massages to and from other internet users. The @ is always used in an e-mail address. A typical e-mail address would be: email@example.com
short for electronic mail you can send or receive directly on your computer via modem or network.
Electronic Mail. A standard allowing users on various computers connected to a network to send messages to each other. Some implementations of e-mail allow for attachments to send images, or other non-plain text files.
Messages sent through an electronic medium instead of through the local postal service. There are many proprietary e-mail systems that are designed to handle mail within a LAN environment; most of these are also able to send over the Internet. Most Internet (open) e-mail systems make use of MIME to handle attached data (which can be binary).
Electronic mail; messages transmitted on the Internet from one computer user to another.
An abbreviation of “Electronic Mail”. An electronic message usually made up of text. May be used to exchange messages and files over a network, an example of such being the Internet. To send and receive e-mail, you need to have access to the Internet and an e-mail account that supplies you with your own unique e-mail address. In order to be valid, E-mail addresses must follow a specific format, such as: " example@DSL-Experts.com".
Electronic Mail, messages sent via the Internet or within a company LAN or WAN. E-mail attachments in the form of EXE (executable) files or VBS (Visual Basic script) files have become increasingly popular as a means of transmitting viruses and Trojans.
Electronic mail -- a way to send a private message to somebody else on the Net. Used as both noun and verb.
Electronic mail. One of the most common applications of the Internet allowing electronic messages to be delivered near-instantaneously from and to anyone with Internet e-mail addresses.
Electronic mail. A convenient way to send messages to other users or groups without the hassle of paper and postage.
Ability to send information over the Internet.
E-mail is short for electronic mail. It consists of messages, often just text, sent from one user to another via a network. Learn More
(electronic mail) Messages transmitted over a computer network. The network may be the Net or an intranet.
Electronic Mail. Similar to the USPS except that mailboxes exist on computers and not on a post.
Electronic mail. Mail which can be sent anywhere on the Internet and received without interrupting the recipient. A good mail system will notify the recipient that mail has arrived.
Electronic Mail, between computers. A popular protocol for sending E-Mail is SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) and for receiving it POP3 (Post Office Protocol)
E-mail is short for electronic mail and is the exchange of text messages and other files from over the internet through an email program.
A system for sending mail electronically from one computer to another computer or device. Emails normally consist of simple text but can also have other files attached.
short for electronic mail; mail that is instantaneously sent by your computer to anyone in the world with an e-mail account
electronic mail sent and received by computers.
Also known as electronic mail, it is the transmission of a file from one communication network to another. It is the most common form of communication on the Internet.
Using a computer as mail-box.
Messages sent to a customer's receiver that are viewed on their television screen. Pending messages are indicated by an icon on the on-screen status display (channel marker) and by having the Power button flash. (Not all receivers have a blinking light.)
Electronic mail. The transfer of messages between computers.
Is it a verb? Is it a noun? Is it an abbreviation? Well, it's pretty much anything it wants to be, because "electronic mail" is the one thing that made the Internet take off and proved just how life-changing it could be. As long as you have access, e-mail, like the rest of the Internet, is available at any time day or night, is instant and yet gives time for reflection, and allows you to send messages and file attachments, such as documents and images, almost instantaneously.
(electronic mail) Enables messages to be sent over the internet to a particular email address. E-mail address An address used to send electronic mail to a particular destination. The format might be: firstname.lastname@example.org E-mail client A program used to collect email from a mail server so that it may be read locally. Eudora Email Client program.
Electronic mail. One of the earliest standard Internet protocols which enables people with different computers and operating systems to communicate with...
Electronic mail. Messages sent from one person to another via a computer network. E-mail messages may also include attached files, and be sent to a large number of people through mailing lists.
electronic mail; mesages sent via a computer network.
Short for electronic mail. Uses internet technologies to send messages and documents to and from computers around the world in a matter of seconds. Sending or receiving e-mail requires internet access and an e-mail address.
E-mail (or electronic mail) refers to the transmission of messages across the Internet from one computer to another, or to many other computers. E-mail allows scientists in different parts of the country or the world to collaborate more easily and fully on research and writing projects.
E-mail is the abbreviation for electronic mail, a method of transferring messages using the Internet There are two forms. One is inside WebCT, here you will use this to communicate privately with your instructor and fellow students. Outside of WebCT you will use programs such as Hotmail or Yahoo. You will not be able to send email from WebCT to these type of accounts or vice versa.
Electronic Mail. A basic Internet service which allows users to exchange messages electronically.
Electronic mail. In the US it is usually based on Internet, in Europe primarily on the X.400 recommend
A method of sending messages, electronically, through a system of computer networks.
Electronic mail, which can be exchanged between users of the Internet. An E-mail can contain attachments.
A message sent by computer from one user to another over a network.
Electronic mail messages that are sent via the Internet.
Electronic mail. Messaging system available on computer networks, providing users with personal mail-boxes from which electronic messages can be sent and received.
Electronic-mail. A mail program that allows you to send and receive mail via the internet.
Electronic Mail. Allows users on a network to exchange messages. Messages are delivered to your personal "e-mailbox".
Electronic Mail; the communications system whereby messages can be sent from one computer to another with the use of networking.
(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 standard abbreviation for Electronic Mail.
Short for electronic-mail. The transmission of messages across the world through Internet gateways. Usually, it takes only seconds, possibly minutes for a message to arrive at its destination.
Electronic mail. Terminal to terminal text communication. No interfacing with business application systems.
(Electronic mail) Messages that travel through networks rather than being committed to paper and making the long journey through the U.K Postal Services.
Electronic mail; the exchange of messages between users who have access to either the same system or who are connected via a network (often the Internet). If a user is not logged on when a new message arrives, it is stored for later retrieval. OIT offers e-mail as a service with an OSU Internet username and an e-mail program.
Electronic mail. The generic term used for any electronic messaging system which enables users to exchange information via networks. EMail may refer to either closed user group systems on private networks or wide area systems such as the internet.
(Electronic Mail) - E-Mail is the mail system that is used on the Internet to pass messages from one person or group of people to another. The systems also permits the transmission of pictures and sounds . To top
E-mail stands for electronic mail. E-mail enables you to send electronic "letters" to anyone on the Internet.
E-mail or electronic mail is a program that transmits messages via data communications such as telephone lines or Ethernet connections, to electronic mailboxes.
See electronic mail.
Short for electronic mail, e-mail is text messages and/or files, images or other types of attachments sent through a network to a specified individual or group of individuals.
Electronic mail. A service which allows people to send and receive messages and files, usually through a computer.
Electronic Mail. The exchange of messages via a bulletin board or online service. One user leaves a message on the service 'addressed" to another user. The other user later connects to the some service and can read the message and reply to it. (7/96)
a simple term used for the meaning of "electronic mail". A message sent from one person to one or more persons over the Internet or a private network. Return
Electronic mail (e-mail) allows messages to be transmitted from computer to computer, via the Internet.
Electronic mail - a computer communication system used in the MHRA.
Short for electronic mail, a system that enables a person to compose a message on a computer and transmit that message through a network to another user, who reads the message on his or her computer screen. See Chapter 6.
Electronic mail. Normally refers to messages sent across the Internet or on proprietary networks like AOL, but also refers to internal systems within organizations, via Outlook, Notes or OfficeVision.
E-mail (electronic mail) is the exchange of computer-stored messages by telecommunication.
Electronic Mail - A system that allows users to send messages and attachments and other datat between computers that are linked together on a network.
Electronic mail, a messages sent between computers with an Internet address.
electronic mail sent over the internet or online service through a stand alone software program or integrated browser.
Electronic mail that travels over the Internet and may be read and sent via an e-mail browser.
Electronic Mail; a means of exchanging semi-private text messages through the Internet and other networks.
This is the short name for electronic mail. E-mail is sent electronically from one person to another. Some companies have e-mail systems that are not part of the Internet.
Short for electronic mail. The process of one user employing a computer to send a text message to an electronic mailbox to be retrieved and viewed by another user. Also, the message itself. In the context of our AQ online courses, e-mail is used for private conversations or submission of some coursework.
Refers to messages sent over the Internet. E-mail also can be sent and received via some newer wireless phones.
E-mail messages are sent electronically across the Internet from one computer to another. In order to send e-mail to another person, you must know his or her e-mail address. As part of your web site design project, we can configure and test all of your email settings as offered by your web hosting service.
A form of electronic communication from one computer user to another over the Internet. It is used for a variety of purposes in both business and home settings.
Short for electronic mail, a system that allows people to send and receive messages through the computer. The system is the same as sending mail through the regular postal system, only this mail is conducted completely electronically.
Electronic mail; transfers messages over a communications network. E-mail may be limited to a single network but most often refers to messages sent via the Internet.
Method of communication whereby an electronic message is sent to a remote location and received by another user at a specific E-mail Address.
Electronic mail, which just means that it is sent by the computer rather than through your local post office. It doesn't even need a postage stamp, and it gets there a lot faster than "snail mail."
electronic mail is the transmission of memos and messages over a network.
electronic mail, computer-based communications
A designated address where you can receive electronic mail over the internet.
Electronic mail. This is a system whereby messages can be sent from one computer to another over a network. Most networks are in fact connected these days, so almost anyone with e-mail can send mail to almost anyone else with e-mail. Usually, e-mail is free. It never depends on the physical distance the message travels. (So e-mail from New York to Australia or Moscow is no more expensive than e-mail from New York to New Jersey.) Most e-mail systems can only transfer English text, but provisions exist on most computer for encoding any other kind of file as English text.
Stands for electronic mail. An electronic message sent from one user to another.
Electronic mail: an electronic message delivered to one or more people who have an electronic "mail box".
Electronic mail. Allows the transmission of text messages, with attached electronic files, from one computer user to another via a network or Internet connection. Requires the use of an email client, such as Outlook Express.
Electronic mail (also "email"). A system for passing messages (and sometimes attached documents) from one computer user to another through computer networks. F2F: face-to-face; the traditional classroom environment.
electronic messages, typically addressed as person to person correspondence, that are transmitted between computers and across networks.
Electronic mail-messages transmitted electronically between computers.
Generic name that is used to describe all Electronic Mail programs.
E-mail messages are automatically passed from one computer user to another through computer networks and/or the Internet. Sent messages are stored in electronic mailboxes. E-mail is read using an e-mail program like Outlook Express. email@example.com is an example of an e-mail address.
This is short for "Electronic Mail." You can send a letter, memo, short message, business information, or simply a "Hi" with the simple click of a mouse button. This message system works between networked computers and can be sent instantly to a computer in the next room, the next state, or the next country! It's like two computers talking with each other on the telephone - actually they are talking over telephone lines
An electronic computer-to-computer message between one or more individuals.
Also called "electronic mail," e-mail refers to messages sent over the Internet. E-mail can be sent and received via newer types of wireless phones, but this generally requires a specific e-mail account.
Electronic-mail. This tool is usually provided by your ISP. It allows you to send and receive mail (messages) over the Internet. Through e-mail you can write your friends, ask your ISP a technical question about your service, or even receive an Internet birthday card.
or electronic mail A way of sending messages between computers, which must be part of a local or global network in order for the messages to be successfully transferred.
Short for electronic mail, e-mail consists of messages, often just text, sent from one user to another via a network. E-mail can also be sent automatically to a number of addresses. Source: Learn the Net Glossary
A means of computer-based communication in which you send an electronic message or letter to one or more recipients who do not receive your message until they log on to their computer system and start their e-mail client.
Abbreviation for electronic mail. Allows one to send messages from one computer through the Internet to one or more recipients.
Electronic method of sending and receiving messages from and to electronic addresses associated with specific owners
Electronic mail. In order to use email, you need an emailing program, a computer connected to the Internet, and an Internet or email account.
Electronic Mail, that is, messages sent via electronic networks rather than on paper.
Short for electronic mail, e-mail allows computer users with an Internet connection to exchange messages and files with each other.
Electronic mail. Messages of text (although pictures and other computer files may be attached) sent from one user to one or more others.
Electronic mail, the exchange of computer-stored messages over communications networks. E-mail is usually encoded in ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange), but it may also contain attachments.
While most people tend to think of the Web when they hear about the Internet, electronic mail is easily the most used component of the Internet. This method of communication allows rapid sending and delivery of messages to computers around the world. In addition to messages, files and pictures can be attached and sent along with it.
System to send and receive electronic messages. This is achieved using an email client program such as Outlook or Outlook Express or a web based interface such as Yahoo Mail or Hotmail. Email are usually sent through SMTP mail servers and received by POP mail servers.
Electronic Mail that enables users to send and receive messages electronically and easily communicate with anyone in the world.
Exchange of computer stored messages by telecommunications. Otherwise known as electronic mail. It involves addressing and typing a message and then clicking on an icon to send it to another computer linked via a network or through a phone line.
Messages sent through a computer network such as the Internet.
One of the most popular uses of the Internet. With many advantages over traditional post, e-mail users can send messages to other e-mail users around the world at a fraction of the cost and instantly. Photos, sounds and video can be sent with these messages. Messages can also be sent simultaneously to multiple users.
E-mail is an electronic version of sending a letter but with some advantages: you can send it any time of day or night and it will usually arrive at the recipient's mailbox a few minutes later, anywhere in the world. To send and receive e-mail you need an e-mail program such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, or Netscape Communicator.
E-mail is short for electronic mail. It is a way to communicate, and send letters, sales notices, brochures, and countless other things over the Internet. See Also: AUTO RESPONDER
Electronic mail, which your machine receives and sends by means of a program like, for example, Pegasus mail (Pmail).
Electronic mail messages sent from one computer to another. Eudora, Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express are popular e-mail applications.
E-mail, an abbreviation of electronic mail, is a method of sending messages, mail, pictures and information from one Internet user to another. E-mail can also be sent to a large number of addresses at once through a mailing list. Some cellular devices now have in-built functionality to allow users to send and pick up e-mail, enhancing their communication capabilities.
electronic mail where messages are sent via computer networks.
A system which allows message transmission over the Internet. Every user who has access to the Internet and an e-mail address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) can send and receive electronic mail.
Electronic Mail. An electronic way to exchange notes, documents, and other data between users of the same or different computing systems. E-mail delivery is divided into two portions: a delivery agent and a user agent. The delivery agent uses SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) to route mail between "post offices." The user agent is used by the user to access their own mail from a post office and display it for reading. It is also used to create and send e-mail. Popular user agents include Eudora and Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express; IT also makes available a public e-mail service at Web Mail. We discuss electronic mail in greater depth in other documentation.
This stands for electronic mail, it is a way of sending messages electronically from one computer user to another. You need to have a modem, a telephone line connected to your computer, and an e-mail address (recognizable because of the @ symbol, such as email@example.com
(Electronic Mail) - Messages sent from one person to another via a network. E-mail can also be sent automatically to a large number of addresses (mailing list).
Electronic mail: messages passed from one computer user to another through computer networks and/or via modems over telephone lines.
Electronic Mail, one of the most popular features of the internet. E-Mail allows users to send messages and files to one another, via modems almost instantly.
An application that provides a routed, stored-message service between any two user accounts.
Stands for electronic mail and is a way of sending messages over the Internet.
A system for transmitting messages or information through an electronic communication network.
Method of electronically transferring messages.
Abbreviation for "Electronic Mail". A system which allows users to send and receive messages and files over a network. E-mail has many of the features of regular paper mail, plus the ability to broadcast mail to a list of addresses, respond to select pieces of e-mail, and forward the message or file to another user. E-mail addresses are the hottest thing to have on your business card, and like the FAX machine, e-mail will change the way we all communicate over the next several years. E-mail is significantly cheaper than regular mail.
Electronic information addressed and transmitted over the Internet.
Electronic Mail - Messages, sent from one person to another via computer. E-mail can also be sent automatically to a large number of addresses (Mailing List). See Also: Maillist
An electronic form of sending messages through the internet.
Not email, E-mail, or Email. Can be "E-mail" when used as the first word of a sentence or in Title Case.
Electronic mail. An electronic method of transferring information, usually from one computer to another.
e-Mail messages are messages that are sent from one person to another on computer via internet. They can be sent in text or graphic formats.
(Electronic Mail) The transmission of letters and messages over a network like the Internet.
Sending messages from one location to another through a communications network from one computer to another; generally referring to Internet mail.
Electronic mail (e-mail) is the transmission of messages over a network.
e-mail messages are created using a program like Outlook or Pegasus, or through Web-based facilities like Hotmail, Talk21, AOL or totalise. The messages are sent through the Internet connection to the destination computer using an e-mail address. No paper is needed, and the message reaches its destination much faster than normal post.
electronic mail received through a computer.
messages transmitted across networks typically accessible only by the addressee.
Messages that travel through the electronic networks rather than being committed to paper.
This is a message system that allows messages to be sent rapidly and electronically from one computer to another. The term stands for Electronic Mail. Frequently e-mail refers to messages sent over the Internet, but other networks can also support e-mail. There is an address for each email user.
Electronic mail. Messages sent from one person to another via computer. Anything that can be stored in a text file can be mailed, including pictures, computer programs, etc. E-mail facilities are available via student IT Laboratories.
Electronic mail. Allows you to communicate with others over the Internet or within a network.
This well-known term stands for electronic mail, and now can be used with digital cellular phones.
Short for electronic mail, e-mail is a system that enables people to send and receive messages from computer to computer. E-mail is usually available on networks and online information services.
shortening of the term Electronic Mail, it is the sending of messages to one or several persons via a computer
Electronic mail. Messages containing text and/or graphics sent electronically from one person to another.
Short term for electronic mail; it refers to a message sent from one person to one or more other persons over the internet or a private network. On the Internet the e-mail protocol most commonly used is called SMTP (standard mail transfer protocol).
Short for electronic mail, the transmission of messages over communications networks. The most common network used for e-mails is the Internet.
(electronic mail) The exchange of electronic text messages and computer file attachments between computers over a communications network, such as a local area network or the Internet.
Electronic mail; online messaging services between computer users.
(Electronic Mail). This is the transmission of messages to individuals or groups, over a network. E-mails may contain text messages, tables, charts and pictures as well as attachments. The use of e-mail in an office environment can reduce the need for paper, as memos and inter-office communication can be sent over the network, thereby saving time and valuable resources.
Short for electronic mail, this is mail sent electronically over the Internet.
Short for electronic mail, an electronic message sent from one computer to another.
Using email, customers and RNIB staff can communicate by sending messages to each other over the internet.
Electronic mail messages in the form of text, documents, images, and other electronic files.
The ability to send and receive text messages through a wireless handset.
Electronic mail. Messages that are sent to individual people. Through networks, it is possible to send mail to anyone on any BBS in the network.
(Electronic-Mail) The most common Internet activity. It consists of your message, a subject, and your address. Done via the Internet, messages can be sent and received electronically to a single person or to as many people as possible to any place around the world, usually in less than a minute.
Allows the user to send and receive messages from one computer to another over any distance.
E-mail is part of the standard TCP/IP set of protocols. Sending messages is typically done by SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) and receiving messages is handled by POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3), or IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol). IMAP is the newer protocol, allowing you to view and sort messages on the mail server, without downloading them to your hard drive.
Stands for lectronic Mail. E-mail is actually a method of transferring files among computers, rather than the file itself, but that's what the name has come to mean.
Electronic mail. A means of exchanging messages and/or small files with others via the Internet. Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer have built-in e-mail capabilities; Eudora is another good e-mail software program.
Electronic mail. In contrast, traditional post is often referred to as "snail mail".
Short for electronic mail, e-mail is a system of world-wide electronic communication, in which messages are generated by a computer user at one computer and sent to a recipient, usually at another computer. Although generated electronically, e-mail is very similar in concept to "snail mail," our normal mail system via the post office. An e-mail message appears in the recipient's e-mail "box." Like "snail mail," or regular mail, e-mail is asynchronous communication (i.e. not in real time).
Messages that are sent over the Internet using a mail client such as outlook.
Electronic Mail. A simple-to-use yet very powerful communications tool. Electronic messaging usually takes a matter of seconds to reach its destination, and consequently, communication is as easy with someone from another country as it is with someone in the office next door.
the electronic transfer and storage of written messages.
Electronic mail. A system of sending and receiving messages via computer and modem.
A digital letter which can transfer words, sounds or images between users. Can be sent via an internal network or via phone lines, using a modem.
Electronic mail Messages containing text and possibly also image, sound, video and programs, are sent from one user to another using electronic transmission. The technique is widely used to send memos, reports and other documents from desktop to desktop by way of the internet.
Electronic mail, commonly called E-mail, allows you to send messages, documents, and files through a network on your computer arriving in minutes or hours.
Electronic mail - A system that allows the sending and receiving of messages through a computer.
Created by Roy Tomlinson for ARPANET in 1971, e-mail is a system for sending and receiving messages electronically over a computer network. E-mail has revolutionized personal communications in the 21st century.
(Electronic Mail) â€“ E-mail is a method of sending messages across a computer network, whether simply across the office or around the world. The text of the message is typed in on one computer and then sent to someone else on the network. Attachments can be linked to the message and may include images and sound as well as data. The recipient of the message reads it on his computer and can then delete the message, file it, print it, send a reply or forward it to others. You can also use mailing lists to send a single message to many others at the same time.
Short for electronic mail. The process of one user employing a computer to send a text message to an electronic mailbox to be retrieved and viewed by another user. Also, the message itself. Also, the most popular form of Knowledge Management. Many will blast an entire distribution group with a question, and receive a dozen excellent e-mails offering answers or help. While helpful, this unstructured form of KM doesn't leverage or store experts and their answers.
E-Mail (Electronic Mail) refers to a system of sending messages electronically.
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. WWWebfx Home Page
Electronic mail. Applies generically to electronic messages exchanged among coworkers on an office intranet, members of an online community, and across the Internet.
A regulated electronic mail service in EDGAR that provides for the delivery of acceptance and suspense messages from the SEC via the Internet.Note: EDGAR does not e-mail requested Return Copies. You can download them from the Filing website; see Chapter 6.
(Electronic Mail) content sent from one person to another via computer over the Internet.
Software allowing to compose, transmit and receive messages and attached/enclosed files.
Electronic mail. Any communications service that permits the electronic transmission and storage of messages and attached or enclosed files.
Messages sent from one person to another via the Internet. E-mail Address The address used for sending e-mails to a person or an organization. Typical format is username@hostname.
A means of sending typed messages from one computer to another, over a network or the Internet.
E-mail is electronic mail, or mail that you send to someone using a computer. While mail that the post office delivers can be very slow, e-mail is often extremely fast.
An abbreviation for electronic mail.
A system for sending and receiving electronic mail messages over a network, or a message sent or received by such a system.
Electronic mail - the transmission of messages in electronic form.
Messages sent in digital form via the Internet or a private network.
Short for electronic mail, email is sent and received by millions of people worldwide. No more waiting on the whims of the post office (and its old-school "snailmail"); now people exchange simple, text-based messages (or gild the lily with images, sound files, or other attachments) that arrive at their destination almost instantaneously.
E-mail stands for Electronic mail for communication transmission across the Internet.
Electronic mail, a digital message that is usually private.
Electronic mail. An internet service which allows people to send messages which are then stored on a server until the recipient connects to it and downloads it for their leisurely perusal. E-mail can also be used to send files, such as images or sounds. Such files are called 'attachments.'
Electronic mail. Messages exchanged between users on a network.
Short for electronic mail. A network application that can deliver messages from one computer user to another.
Stands for electronic mail. E-mail is a way to send messages electronically over a computer network.
Electronic Mail is a system which allows you to send messages to other computer users. Mail is sent to a user's computer account, identified by an electronic mail address.
Electronic mail. When a message is sent, the message is sent first to the SMTP server, which acts as an "outbox" for users. The message is then relayed to the appropriate mail server, which can be found listed after the @ symbol in the recipient's address. The message then waits on that server until the recipient accesses the message and then deletes it. Deletion of the message from the server often occurs automatically after the message is downloaded and saved to the user's local drive.
Literally, electronic mail. E-mail is a way that a computer user connected to the Internet can communicate with other connected users through text. E-mail also allows users to send documents, images, sound clips and video between computers. Three general types of e-mail service are web mail, POP3 and IMAP. Versatureâ€(tm)s small business communications platform includes e-mail services with a wide variety of features.
Electronic mail; also, email, e-mail, or Email. Responsible for reviving the lost art of written communication. E-mail is an electronic mailing system whereby you can send messages over the Internet. You can send correspondence down the hall or across the planet in seconds. A typical e-mail address consists of two parts separated by an @ sign, such as firstname.lastname@example.org.
Electronic Mail. Messages are composed on computers and then sent over a network to other network users in electronic form.
Electronic messages sent between computers that are connected on a network.
Electronic mail transferred over a computer network. (Much faster than snail mail, netspeak for traditional mail).
Messages sent and received via a computer network.
Electronic mail. A method of sending messages via computer instead of via the postal system. One of the most popular and important uses of computer communications.
Short for "electronic mail", a means of sending typed letters to other named individuals over a computer network.
Also known as "Electronic mail". Messages that are sent over the Internet to people.
The electronic transfer of messages between hosts on the Internet.
Electronic mail. One of the most popular uses of the Internet. Allows for communication between people when one person is online and one person is not online. An e-mail address is a place where someone can contact another person, typically in the format email@example.com.
Short for Electronic Mail. It is a system whereby computers can exchange messages electronically over the Internet.
the abbreviation for "electronic mail," the basic medium of communication in Cyberspace. You must enter the e-mail address correctly or your message will bounce. Just push that eagerly waiting button, and you can send mail to anyone with access to a computer anywhere on earth, not just fellow Peanut-nuts on Peanut.org.
Electronic mail is the most common utility on the Internet. A message is sent from the user's computer, through the network, until it reaches its targeted destination. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) -- FAQs are documents that list and answer the most common questions on a particular subject. There are hundreds of FAQs on subjects as diverse as Horses and Star Trek. People who have tired of answering the same question over and over usually write FAQs.
(Electronic Mail) An electronic means of sending a message from one computer to another. Email transmission over the network uses the SMTP protocol (between mail servers). Users access email on the server using either a POP or IMAP protocol.
Electronic Mail—mail sent over the internet electronically.
Messages typed into computer terminals or communications networks and sent electronically to other computer users.
Short for electronic mail, or any messages that are transmitted over computer networks.
(Electronic mail) The ability to send electronic messages and attached files to remote users via the internet.
(Electronic Mail) -- Messages, usually text, sent from one person to another via a computer network.
A variety of computer systems which allow communication between computer users. Usually, messages are sent to and saved at a “mail-box” address rather than using direct interaction between users. Common name for electronic mail.
A form of electronic messaging where a user creates a text message (that may have a number of attachments) and sends it to a recipient.
Electronic mail: a global message-handling system whereby subscribers to commercial e-mail services can exchange electronic messages and data files between computers. E-mail services are provided by some service providers and private organisations. Access to e-mail services may be via PSTN, PSDN networks or the Internet.
Messages sent through an electronic (computer) network to specific groups or individuals.
"Short for electronic mail; primarily text messages sent between two computers."
Electronic messages sent from one person to another over the Internet or a network. E-mail can contain both text and files.
(Electronic-mail) The transmission of text messages and optional file attachments over a network. Within an enterprise, users can send mail to a single recipient or broadcast it to multiple users. Mail is sent to a simulated mailbox in the network mail server or host computer until it is examined and deleted.
An electronic message delivered from one computer user to another. Short for electronic mail.
Electronic mail. Transmitted through the Internet.
Electronic mail. Yet another protocol that facilitates the exchange of electronic notes and letters. E-mail clients for the UNIX operating system include PINE and ELM. Other popular e-mail clients for Mac and Windows include Eudora, Pegasus, Claris E-mailer, and Netscape Navigator's built-in e-mail client. If you are a member of the faculty or student body at SFSU, you are entitled to a free internet account which can be set up online. Take a look at the Accounts FAQ for more information.
The electronic transmission of letters, documents, messages, and memos from one computer to another over a network.
a means of sending messages instantly and inexpensively via the Internet.
Electronic mail. Messages sent through a computer network; they may also include graphics and files.
Electronic mail; messages that are sent via a computer network, i.e., electronically. The messages are stored until the addressee accesses the system and retrieves the message.
Short for electronic mail, e-mail refers to the sending and receiving of typed messages via the Internet.
A way of transmitting messages across a phone line to a specified other person's computer
A system that enables a person to compose a message on a computer and transmit that message through a computer network, such as the Internet, to another computer user.
lectronic mail. An e-mail address usually takes the form somebody@somedomain. com. Some e-mail addresses also include a mail server name, such as firstname.lastname@example.org. See mailing list, mailer daemon, TCIITM, Fed Ex, USPS, UPS, snail mail.
Electronic Mail is a means of sending written text messages from one user on a computer to another. Additionally, MIME has come into play in recent years to allow for attaching files to e-mails.
(electronic mail) Messages sent between two or more individuals on the Internet. The message typically includes a To (destination), From (source), Subject (brief title), and Body (content of the message). Copies may also be sent as well as blind carbon copies (the To will not know others who received the message). E-mail messages are managed (sent, forwarded, received) by Internet mail servers.
Electronic Mail is a way of writing and sending mail over electronic communication systems. You can have an individual e-mail address set up with your telecommunications provider or set up free addresses with providers like Hotmail and Yahoo.
Electronic mail. A system letting people send and receive messages though their computers. E-mail messages should be brief and clear.
Electronic mail (E-mail) is the computerized exchange of messages by means of telecommunication. E-mail can be sent via the Internet or within computer networks.
(Electronic Mail) - Short for electronic mail, this is a system that lets people send and receive messages via their computers. The system might be on a large network (such as the Internet), on a bulletin board, or over a company's own office network.
A way of sending messages electronically from computer to computer over the Internet, or via a private carrier.
Any message sent via the Internet to an e-mail address such as email@example.com is called e-mail. These messages can be sent via a stand-alone e-mail software program like Eudora or by the mail programs built into most browsers. All e-mail addresses have four components: 1) a user name (fred in the above example), 2) the @ symbol (pronounced "at"), 3) the location of the user’s account (Pacbell in this example) and 4) the three last letters ( domain) which describe the nature of the e-mail account (.net in this example). The period "." is pronounced "dot."
Acronym for electronic mail.
campaign Advertising campaign distributed via e-mail.
An application that enables users to send and receive messages and files over their computer networks.
store and forward messaging that allows for attachments - typically 1,000 characters long.
for many businesses, e-mail has all but replaced fax, post - and even the phone. It's easy to use, doesn't interrupt and leaves messages that are easy to pick up any time.
Electronic mail (also called e-mail or just mail) messages sent by way of the Internet to a particular person.
n. 1. The exchange of text messages and computer files over a communications network, such as a local area network or the Internet, usually between computers or terminals. 2. An electronic text message.
Also called electronic mail. The use of a network to transmit text messages, memos, and reports. Users can send a message to one or more individual users, to a predefined group, or to all users on t ... more
Electronic mail (abbreviated "e-mail" or, often, "email") is a store and forward method of composing, sending, storing, and receiving messages over electronic communication systems. The term "e-mail" (as a noun or verb) applies both to the Internet e-mail system based on the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) and to intranet systems allowing users within one organization to e-mail each other. Often these workgroup collaboration organizations may use the Internet protocols for internal e-mail service.