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Synonyms for e-mail

(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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The large SN "puts me in mind of snuff, snot, sneak, snarl, snafu and Snidely Whiplash," Connie Thomas e-mailed.
Mistaking him for a girl, I e-mailed him some photos of me wearing revealing clothes.
NO TANGO: Hayley Holt says Strictly bosses e-mailed her agent saying her services were no longer required
I e-mailed them again in September 2006, as the potholes were getting worse.
E-MAILED police news is being sent to residents in a trial scheme.
Mickey Meyer, the USC hockey goalie who made national headlines by mooning the crowd in a hockey game last weekend in North Logan, Utah, e-mailed with an explanation for his actions.
RYANAIR has e-mailed all of its customers to warn them about the new tax and those who don't pay it will not be able to fly, chief executive Michael O'Leary said.
Christmas greetings are being e-mailed by a Valleys council leader this year.
I e-mailed Bernie Turner, one of our councillors, probably about 12 months ago to express my concerns about this absolutely horrendous eyesore and the danger I feel these units in their current state impose on the local community.
All submissions must be postmarked or e-mailed by June 30, 2006.
For electronic delivery, the documents are e-mailed to you in PDF format.
I was so happy for Ellen and Portia, I e-mailed Ellen's Web page and told her so and then e-mailed you.
The membership in the organization--which monitors new technologies and supports fully integrated, teacher friendly and network supported systems--includes e-mailed news alerts, discounts on products and event registration, and national legislative representation.
In-depth phone interviews with 56 of the 311 respondents who had e-mailed their physicians revealed that 30 did so less than once a month, 12 e-mailed about once per month, and 14 e-mailed their physicians more frequently, said Dr.
five percent, for example, an "Instant Alert" is immediately e-mailed to subscribers, Leeb said.