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  1. 1. By: Akhila Ananth 9C BTT107 03
  2. 2. Plan • What is e-mail? • How e-mail works? • Types of e-mail accounts. • Google Vs. Yahoo • Difference between Electronic And postal mails. • Usage of e-mails. • E-mails in the business world! • How does e-mails affect the People ergonomically? • Issues with e-mails. • E-mail netiquettes.
  3. 3. What is e-mail? E-mail is an electronic mail. Sent across the World Wide Web. In which a computer user can send a message at one computer or address that is generated at the recipient's terminal when he or she logs in their e-mail account.
  4. 4. How e-mail works?
  5. 5. How e-mail works? User 1 is sending a message to User 2 3. E-mail is sent by user 1 • 4. The e-mail gets transferred into an electronic form. 5. The e-mail goes to the service provider. 6. The service provider processes the address the e-mail should go to and sends the the e-mail to the “to” address. 5.Now the e-mail is in the user 2’s inbox. This is all done in a second!
  6. 6. MSN MSN is also known as the windows live hotmail or hotmail. Hotmail, is a free Web-email service operated by the Microsoft as part of its Windows live group. Hotmail was founded by Sabeer Bhatia and Jack Smith. This web e-mail service was launched in July 1996.
  7. 7. Continued • MSN was one of the first free web mail services. • Hotmail feature 5GB of storage space,in each and every account. • Hotmail also features many other functions other than sending e-mail. • One of the most common function is the MSN live messenger.
  8. 8. Yahoo mail is a web based Service. Inaugurated in 1997.
  9. 9. Difference between Electronic mails and postal mails. Electronic mails or e-mails are a lot like postal mail. E-mail saves trees by reducing the usage of paper,While a postal mail uses paper. Postal mails need stamps, while e-mails do not need stamps. We can send videos and music through e-mails, while we cannot by mail.
  10. 10. E-mail are delivered much much faster than a postal mail. We can chat through our e-mail accounts. We have our own separate account and address while sending e-mails, but in the case of postal mails we do not. Therefore e-mails are prominently faster, better & cheaper.
  11. 11. Usage of e-mails MICROSOFT WEB MAIL PROPERTIES USERS(MILLION) 300 200 Series1 e-mails are 100 ominently used ver the world. 0 Yahoo Google AOL tus of the web WEB MAILS n the year of
  12. 12. E-mails in the business world! • E-mails are used between people to send messages. • E-mail is used in a business office to leave messages to their colleagues in their absence. • Most of the companies communicate with each other thru e-mail. • Many interviews for new candidates are arranged thru E-mail.
  13. 13. How does e-mails affect the People ergonomically? In order to communicate with people, very far away from the user’s destination,the e-mail users or people chat for long periods of time; as it is much more cheaper and effective. Sitting on the computer for long periods of time may cause a damage to their back spine. It would also cause a damage to the other parts of the body (like eyes,legs,arms etc…),by developing stress in those areas.
  14. 14. Issues with e-mails • Ownership and privacy: while using e-mail services provides by an organization, do not assume that the messages that are sent are private.
  15. 15. • continuation • E-mail in the workplace: • Overuse of internet leads to reading hundreds of messages a day! which will be very extraordinary. • In order to overcome this problem, some e- mail programs provide options for sorting messages according to subject lines.For example, the globe and mail in 2000 was one of the e-mail programs which provided this option.
  16. 16. E-mail netiquettes Netiquette is the rules of etiquette as applied to internet communications.Some netiquettes that has to be followed are: • Be polite. • Do not use all capital letters in your message. • Make sure you are sending the message to the right email address • Keep messages short and to the point. • Include a descriptive subject line to help the recipient know the topic of the message.
  17. 17. www.wikipedia.com www. Student Email Information - 2_ Netiquette.com www. LEARN THE NET How E-mail Works.com
  18. 18. Thank You
  19. 19. d conc e rn s ? Quest ions an