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  1. 1. REPORT inCOMPUTER
  2. 2. SUBMITTED BY: jean carl borjaSUBMITTED TO: ms. Julie ann iglesia
  3. 3. It’s all about: E-MAIL….
  4. 4. ELECTRONIC MAIL commonlyreferred to as e-mail.
  5. 5. E-mail is a method of exchanging digitalmessages from an author to one morerecipients. Modern e-mail operates acrossthe internet or other computer networks..
  6. 6. Some early e-mail systems requiredthat the author and the recipient both beonline at the same time, in commonwith instant messaging..
  7. 7. Todays email systems are based on a store-andforward model. Email servers accept, forward,deliver and store messages.
  8. 8. In e-mail, apetail or commonly known as atsymbol, that is always used at our e-mailaddress before we logged in on our own e-mail account..
  9. 9. HERE ARE THE EXAMPLES OFPOPULAR E-MAIL WEBSITES
  10. 10. YAHOO MAIL
  11. 11. WINDOWS HOTMAIL
  12. 12. ANDGOOGLE MAIL (gmail)
  13. 13. SOME OF USES OF E-MAIL
  14. 14. 1. E-mail was an alternative way of mailingsystem . It is more faster, convenient, andfree, not like the traditional post offices. Soeveryone can send not also mails, it can be adocument or a school projects..
  15. 15. 2. E-mail is fast. Time-sensitive informationincluding updates pertaining to events andbreaking news can be received withinminutes, not days or weeks.
  16. 16. 3. E-mail is targeted. You can easily segmentyour lists into groups so your e-mails go tothe individuals who are most likely to respondto that particular message.
  17. 17. 4.E-mail expands your reach. Grow yourdatabase by sending information to yourparticipants and encourage them to forwardthe message onto their own friends andfamily.

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