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(computer science) a system of world-wide electronic communication in which a computer user can compose a message at one terminal that can be regenerated at the recipient's terminal when the recipient logs in

communicate electronically on the computer

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E-mailers accused him of not being a real journalist, though he has 30 years of experience as a reporter.
Furthermore, it was left to another anonymous e-mailer to bring the rest of the Yale Law School community into the discussion.
Dave O'Brien on ABC has taken to calling the mercurial German captain `Bollock,' a gag which will be lost on Americans,'' the e-mailer wrote.
The e-mailer wrote that he had documents, photos, and videotapes that confirmed his story, and that he was eager to send them to the company.
Worldwide Computer Products News-2 January 2003-Amstrad cuts price of e-mailer plus(C)1995-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Once an unsolicited commercial e-mailer is put on notice that an e-mail service provider does not wish to receive e-mail advertisements, it must cease or face a potential penalty of US$50 per message, up to a maximum of US$25,000 per day.
Most e-mailer marketers say they will limit, even curtail, their activity the week of Sept.
USE the Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) feature of your e-mailer to send copies of your e-mail so everyone receiving it does not see the address of everyone else.
ZackenSnake20, an anonymous e-mailer, wants to know about "loosely defined" regions.
The presenters, Dick Nelson and e-mailer John Niles, were consultants from Seattle "We are not professional planners," said Niles, "but policy wonks.
Instead of gloating, the e-mailer types a picture of a smiley face.
Using StreamSend tools, Imbibe has established itself as a trusted e-mailer.
On behalf of Clay management, the marketing department shared a colorful e-mailer wishing everyone a safe and natural Holi.
Parents are, this week, busy trying to work out which kind of e-mailer they are thanks to a survey by Glasgow University researchers.
One e-mailer brought up the 9/11 incident in which a group of men aboard the terrorist-taken Flight 93 rushed the cockpit in an attempt to overtake the hijackers.