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    • Madison Hall Block 2 Computer Applications 1 ARPANET: Advanced Research Projects Agency Network developed by the United States Department of Defense during the Cold War, was the world’s first packet switching network, and the predecessor of the Internet.
      • Hard Bounce- a hard bounce is the failed delivery of an e-mail due to a permanent reason like a non-existent address
      • Soft Bounce- a soft bounce is an e-mail message that gets a far as the recipient’s mail server but is bounced back undelivered before it gets to the intended recipient. A soft bounce might occur because the recipient’s inbox is full
      • Spam- junk mail
      • Intranet- private computer network with a firewall, business
      • POP- Post Office Protocol
      • a protocol used to retrieve email from a mail server
      • Don’t open emails or respond to sites that promise you will get rich quick or anything else that seems to good to be true
      • Encryption- scrambling of information for security purposes to be sent across the internet
      • Decryption- descrambling of information for security purposes that has been sent across the internet
      • Netiquette-guidelines for posting messages to online services, and internet newsgroups.
      • Netiquette covers not only rules to maintain civility in discussions,
      • But also special guidelines unique to the electronic nature of forum messages.
        • DON NOT SHOUT is message- all caps
        • Avoid to much formatting because it may change across different computers
        • Check email daily and respond promptly.
        • Remember that email is a written form of communication and therefore can be printed out and viewed by others than those originally intended for or used as legal documentation
        • Remember that you can always deny that you said it, but what you write is documented.
        • Remember that email is not confidential
        • Do not spam readers with unnecessary information or frivolous material it is not professional and could be in violation of company policy and grounds for termination of employment
        • Proofread and spell check for spelling errors
      • a device that forwards data packets along networks. A router is connected to at least two networks. Routers are located at gateways. The places where two or more networks connect.