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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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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.
And then there's the case of Michael Ballack, pointed out by an e-mailer to the Guardian newspaper's Web site in England.
The EUR3 videophone, which costs pounds 99, is the third in a series from Amstrad and follows the original E-mailer launched in March 2000 and E-mailer Plus, which came out two years ago.
My lack of computer savvy limits my use of it to that of a glorified typewriter, filing system and e-mailer.
The e-mailer included enough personal information about the CEO and the CEO's family to cause a lot of concern.
On almost all occasions they have to be cleared up by a couple of telephone calls--the phone calls the original e-mailer should have made in the first place.
One e-mailer said the media shouldn't care if the public doesn't care about reporters being shut out.
ELECTRONICS firm Amstrad said annual profits would be significantly ahead of current market expectations due to higher revenues from its Amserve e-mailer business.
No thought was given to an e-mailer posing as someone else.
Worldwide Computer Products News-2 January 2003-Amstrad cuts price of e-mailer plus(C)1995-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Bush, an energetic e-mailer as governor of Texas, was advised by his counsel to stop it after he entered the White House.
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.