Week 2 Assignment - E-Mail 1 E-mail Sonja Saltzgiver Axia...

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E-Mail 1 E-mail Sonja Saltzgiver Axia College
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E-Mail 2 Definitions of the terms: 1. Email Client: An Email client is a program that is used to send and receive emails. Some examples are Outlook Express and Yahoo. (Brain & Crosby, 2007) 2. Distribution List: This is a list of addresses to which you are sending the email. 3. Reply All: When you wish to reply to the original sender and all the original recipients of the email with the same message, this is the option needed to perform the task. 4. CC: The CC field in the address area of an email is used when you want to sent the same message to someone as a courtesy copy. 5. BCC: This is the address field you would use to send the same message to someone under a blind courtesy copy. The addresses in this area cannot be seen by the other addressees. 6. Attachment: This is where you would attach a document, picture, or graph that you want to sent in the email. The attachment is encoded for transmittal. 7. Spam: It is junk mail or unsolicited correspondence that arrives at your email address.
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