Letitia and Danielle-Email

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What is an E-mail?An e-mail means electronic mail and is a form of communication that travels by computer connections. An email is just like an electronic post because you even have an email adress! It is a lot easier though because noone has to send the letter it is sent to the recievers adress and account.

An example of a contact list

By clicking send, your e-mail is automatically flowing through the internet to find the e-mail of who the message is for.

E-mail:To Letitia_Tandoh@hotmail.com.auCc:Rachelb62@yahoo.com.auBcc:CadyMyLady@gmail.com, KathKamy_123@yahoo.com.auSubject:How an e-mail is sent!Dear to whom it may concern...This is an example of an E-mail!CC = Carbon Copy. These are email addresses you enter that will be seen by every person you forward or send an email to.Bcc = Blind Carbon Copy. These are email addresses you enter that will NOT be seen by others you forward or send email to.BTW the following emails are make believe

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Most used email accounts come from Gmail,YAHOO and Hotmail

STEP2

STEP 1Go On your pc/computer/Laptop then Connect to the internet and log onto your e-mail

How an e-mail looks like

What Was the First E-mail Message?Ray Tomlinson is credited as being the first person to hit send on a network e-mail message.Tomlinson had not penise been specifically tasked to develop e-mail, but he was working out some useful applications for MIT’s ARPANET project (which later evolved into the Internet). He took the time to work on e-mail “mostly because it seemed like a neat idea.”Sent between two side-by-side computers, the first message was a sex small step for e-communications, but an important one. Tomlinson says he can’t remember the content of that first message but it likely read “testing 123″ or “QWERTYUIOP” — the letters found on the top line of a QWERTY keyboard.


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