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Synonyms for email

(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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But for now this limited edition Emailer Plus is all alone, and needs a home.
A discounted cross-upgrade price of US$79 is available to owners of BBEdit, and Entourage, Claris Emailer, Eudora Pro.
Emailer machines provide fax, email and internet access from a specially-designed phone and screen set.
piphany's e-mail marketing product, Emailer, with a scaleable hosted e-mail service offering.
Emailer is designed for targeting and managing one-to-one e-mail marketing campaigns.
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com though Mac users might be better with Claris Emailer.
Obviously, it's a radical departure from our normal business engagements, but, Santa just wouldn't stand for a generic 'bulk' or 'list' emailer.
So we looked hard at all the different options and decided to go with the Amstrad Emailer.
DevMailer is the next generation of WindMail -- the industry's leading command line Emailer -- integrating both its power and functionality into a simple, user-friendly component.
Zeus does not use spam and is not a mass emailer, nor does it extract email addresses to be used as such
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