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Professor Cheryl Ann Sherlock Web Design 1 Seminole State College of Florida Adult High School
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What’s E -mail? Electronic mail is using technology that is connected to a network to complete the following tasks: Write a message Send a message Reply to a Message Save a Draft to Modify and Send Later Attach file(s) to a Message
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Managing E-mail Addresses Address Book Save Addresses of Senders/Recipients Create Groups or Categories of People you send to For Example, I have a group called “AHS Instructors” I select this group and all e-mail addresses that I added to this group will receive the e-mail.
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Managing E-mail To save important e-mails - - Create folders - Move Important e-mails to the appropriate folders
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Benefits of E-mail Fast Message can be received within seconds of being sent. Convenient way to deliver information to someone or a group of people A copy of the e-mail is saved in your send box
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Devices Used to Read E-Mail People use a variety of hardware to read e-mail. These can include: Desktop PC Notebook SmartPhone PDAs like the Blackberry devices, Assistive Technology like the BrailleNote
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Appliations Used to Read E- Mail E-mail Software: Google Mail (gmail) Yahoo Mail Hotmail AOL Mail Outlook Groupwise
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Features to Avoid Backgrounds commonly known as stationary Displays differently depending upon recipient’s
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2011 for the course AHS 648 taught by Professor Sherlock during the Spring '11 term at Seminole CC.

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