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E-Mail - Electronic Mail Delivers messages anywhere in the world Requires a server and software Accesses account via a username and password Allows you to Send, Compose, Reply, and Forward e-mail
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The Mail Folders
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An E-mail Address Consists of user name and host computer yourname@anyschool.edu Requires the @ sign Can omit host computer when logged onto the same network
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Obtaining an E-mail Account You need an e-mail server You can obtain an account in school You can pay for an account through an ISP You can get free accounts: www.hotmail.com www.yahoo.com
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Privacy and Terms of Agreement E-mail is less private than US mail If you need privacy, send a letter Every mail server has terms that you must agree to: No copyright infringements No harassing or stalking No junk mail or spamming No intentional sending of viruses
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2010 for the course GEN 101 taught by Professor Sm during the Winter '10 term at University of Utah.

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