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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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Some industry insiders balk at the idea of a fee on any kind of e-mail. But others see the move as a definitive way to crush spammers and phishers--or criminals who attempt to extract credit card numbers and other data from consumers by sending slickly designed e-mails that appear to be from highly respected companies.
The Postini Resource Center says 10 out of 12 e-mails are spam and The Wall Street Journal estimates it costs business $8.9 billion a year for the software and labor to separate it from regular mail.
So you have finally set up a camper e-mail system for your camp parents, and they love it.
Because of the large number and diversity of providers and e-mail filtering tools, the Institute can only offer a general suggestion to help ensure that you get the e-mail you want while still minimizing SPAM.
There was a time, not so long ago, when e-mail marketing was the Golden Child of the internet.
JUNK E-MAIL is like seasickness: If you don't get it, you don't really understand how bad it is.
Insurers recommend several measures companies should follow to ensure their e-mails aren't mistaken for spam.
The research firm's study "Anti-Spam Market Trends, 2003-2007" predicted that dealing with spam e-mails will cost companies around the world $20.5 billion this year and $198 billion by 2007.
* Since e-mail addresses can change frequently, carefully track the number of bounce-backs or undeliverable e-mails after each campaign.
AUTHOR: ARMA International E-mail Guideline Task Force
In filter-based systems, we often have to check the quarantine box for valid e-mails because the system might make a mistake.
Fraudulent e-mail is a growing problem for businesses and individuals.
The amount of knowledge and information in the world is doubling every two years and if you are like many knowledge workers, it feels like all the new information is coming across your desk via e-mail.
FOR SEVERAL YEARS, YUPI HAS RELIED on Commtouch (Nasdaq: CTCH) for comprehensive e-mail and messaging services in Spanish, Portuguese and English.