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Part IDiscussions of materials1.1.What is E-mail?Electronic mail, most often referred to asemailsince 1993, with a method ofexchanging digital messages from the author to one or more recipients. Operate emailcould be fromthe Internetorcomputer network.Some of the early email systems areneeded that the writer and the recipient to beonlineat the same time, in common withInstant Messaging.E-mail is widely used for reasons easily dispatched and quickly to the goal. E-maildoes not require paper or stamps, but rather quite type via the keyboard and within secondsafter it is sent, the letter will reach the goal even though the recipient reaches the thousandsof kilometres of distance, without the limitations of time and space.With email, computers all over the world, which are connected in a network the internet,could each send a message.1.2.Types of E-mail1.2.1Pop EmailSMTP/POP-based E-mail is an e-mail using the SMTP/POP server (Simple MailTransfer Protocol/Post Office Protocol), namely computer servers that can send mail fromthe user to the destination e-mail address and vice versa. In order to use the e-mail facilityon the server SMTP/POP, the user must have an account on the SMTP/POP servers. Inaddition, users should also usemail client softwareto read and send e-mail from the SMTPserver and the/POP. When the server has been providingTelnetservice, the user can log onto the server machine, then run software mail client on the server. However, if the serverdoes not provide Telnet service, the user must have a mail client software. There areseveral software client that can be selected in Windows, such as MS Outlook, MS OutlookExpress, and Mozilla Thunderbird.E-MAILPage 1
On the SMTP/POP servers, all e-mail sent to the user and already have an account onthe server to be stored in a directory. Later, when the users access the server, all e-mailaddressed to him to be sent to the computer. Instead, when users want to send e-mail to ane-mail address, then the e-mail will be sent to the SMTP/POP servers and subsequentlyforwarded to the intended address.In order to use mail client software, users must perform some setup information, such asname (IP address) the SMTP/POP servers, the user name (user name/userID) andpasswordon your e-mail server.Advantages:The main advantage of POP mail is the ability to read it offline (notnecessarily connected to the internet).Easier in the archiving, because e-mail is stored on a user's computerCan only be opened from the user's computer only.Disadvantages:Must use e-mail client such as Outlook Express, Eudora Mail, Mutt, andothers.Can only access your e-mail from any computer installed e-mail client, thee-mail You can check not from any place.

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