e-mail email


  • 1) countable A message sent via an e-mail system.
  • 2) uncountable A quantity of e-mail messages.
  • 3) uncountable A system for transferring messages from one computer to another, usually via a network.
  • 4) informal An e-mail address.
  • 5) A message or messages sent or received by such a system.
  • 6) A system for sending and receiving messages electronically over a computer network.
  • 7) electronic mail; a digitally encoded message sent from one computer to another through an electronic communications medium, especially by means of a computer network.
  • 8) Same as amel.
  • 9) intransitive To send, or compose and send, an e-mail or e-mails.
  • 10) transitive To send via e-mail.
  • 11) transitive To send an e-mail or e-mails to.
  • 12) communicate electronically on the computer
  • 13) To send (a message) by e-mail.
  • 14) To send (someone) an e-mail.
  • 15) to send (an e-mail message) to someone.


  • 1) obsolete a raised or embossed image pressed into metal, such as a seal pressed into a foil and attached to a document
  • 2) Alternative spelling of e-mail.


  • 1) She gave him an e-mail address instead.
  • 2) He tried to direct the opera by e-mail instead.
  • 3) My e-mail use alone would go well over that figure.
  • 4) You might take a present and thank by phone or e-mail.
  • 5) We have our own sergeant on phone call and e-mail.
  • 6) They kept in contact via telephone and e-mail.
  • 7) He adds that help will be available by telephone or e-mail as well as in person.
  • 8) One of the best ways to avoid this feeling of isolation is to use the phone or e-mail to keep in touch.
  • 9) I recently received an e-mail from a friend.
  • 10) It is understood that tennis has already swapped ideas as to whether telephone or e-mail is the most effective way for players to report information.
  • 11) Not to my phone, my e-mail or anything else.
  • 12) Many people do not bother, but they can also consult the specialists by phone or e-mail.
  • 13) He's only on the end of a telephone or e-mail.
  • 14) The use of mobile phones and e-mail means that five million fewer letters were sent in 2007 than a year before.
  • 15) I'm in constant contact with my team by e-mail and telephone.
  • 16) I've only recently seen the e-mail itself.


  • 1) ‘A user downloads e-mail messages from a server to the client device.’
  • 2) ‘In Sept. of 2000, the ratio of viruses to e-mail messages in the United States was one virus per every 1,400 e-mails.’
  • 3) ‘Enclosures work like attachments to e-mail messages.’
  • 4) ‘I don't read email very often.’
  • 5) ‘Some people were even using a second application to read email.’
  • 6) ‘I wanted to check my email on my computer at home.’
  • 7) ‘After a week without checking my email, text messaging, or hearing the ringtone of my phone, I am beginning to settle into a steady state of calm.’
  • 8) ‘I was deleting e-mail from my phone.’
  • 9) ‘Do not waste time deleting email messages individually; that can take all day.’
  • 10) ‘It's silly that a guy who consumes a terabyte of data a month gets the same service for the same price as someone who just wants to read email and surf the web.’
  • 11) ‘Now most work is accomplished via Internet meetings, video teleconferences, e-mail, and other electronic media.’
  • 12) ‘While a majority of aerospace companies have traditional IT systems, e-mail and a Web site, only a few have begun to address the issues associated with adopting Web-enabled ebusiness.’
  • 13) ‘Traut said though this is not the way the phones where designed to be used, sending pictures via e-mail is cheaper.’
  • 14) ‘The system would be tied together by phone, e-mail, and Internet messaging.’
  • 15) ‘The service allows you to send and receive information to and from any number of mobile phones from e-mail systems, internet web pages, intranet web pages and databases.’
  • 16) ‘Known as SoBig.F, the new variant behaves much like its older siblings, infecting Windows machines via e-mail and sending out dozens of copies of itself.’
  • 17) ‘It highlights how to detect intrusions and how to secure file systems, e-mail, web servers and other key applications.’
  • 18) ‘How about sending sensitive documents over e-mail without encryption?’
  • 19) ‘Inside, the rooms feature an on-command TV system with e-mail and internet access.’
  • 20) ‘The only catch here is you are sending the means to access your system via e-mail during that one hour period.’
  • 21) ‘The topic of sending attachments by e-mail is not one that is discussed as much as it probably should be.’
  • 22) ‘The Washington University mission control centre will monitor the flight and weather and regularly communicate with Fossett via e-mail and satellite phone.’
  • 23) ‘Increasingly, it appears that to master spam and reclaim electronic mail as a trusted communications medium, the entire e-mail system must be rethought.’
  • 24) ‘There are two strands of idealism that present an obstacle to fixing our broken internet email system, and this is one of them.’
  • 25) ‘A custom-built solar system will charge all their electronic communications, including internet, e-mail and satellite telephone services.’
  • 26) ‘Communications are now immediate through e-mail, phone and video applications.’
  • 27) ‘Instead, he assured us that BTopenworld would start phoning and emailing those people this week to see if they are still interested in signing up.’
  • 28) ‘You can log any intrusion attempts and the modem can apparently even email you an alert.’
  • 29) ‘If a transaction comes up with an invalid response, the company has the choice of either not fulfilling the order or telephoning or e-mailing the user to ask him to submit an alternative form of payment.’
  • 30) ‘The next time the person emails me again, it goes directly into my Deleted Items folder.’
  • 31) ‘It seems the council is miffed that so much of its IT resource is used up by people emailing their friends.’
  • 32) ‘I emailed the person who started that particular chain and told her the facts and to quit the hype.’
  • 33) ‘I've had a few people email me and tell me that their virus scanners caused the mouse to stop functioning.’
  • 34) ‘I can see that people are going to email me telling me that I just don't get it.’
  • 35) ‘We have e-mailed the person who manages these sites - twice in fact - but so far have not been graced with a reply.’
  • 36) ‘If any of you are single, eligible women who would like to meet Mark in person, please feel free to e-mail me with a short paragraph describing yourself, and I'll be happy to forward it on to Mark.’
  • 37) ‘The right to e-mail a person will become a cherished privilege.’
  • 38) ‘It's free, and it promises to e-mail you regarding the latest threats to your PC.’
  • 39) ‘If you have a comment, or a suggestion on how I can improve please feel free to email me.’
  • 40) ‘If you have a keen interest in this subject please feel free to email me with your thoughts.’
  • 41) ‘Okay, if you have any ideas for my story feel free to email me or review them to me.’
  • 42) ‘Feel free to email me if you want more specifics about our attempts to find my father.’
  • 43) ‘If you are interested in being a sponsor or a case study, please email me and I will send you a prospectus.’
  • 44) ‘Feel free to email me instead, particularly if you want to tell me nice things.’
  • 45) ‘This will eliminate the need for e-mailing us or faxing the information to our reservations office and it will most definitely make the process more efficient, she said.’
  • 46) ‘And to all my law enforcement and Department of Homeland Security readers, feel free to e-mail me your catch-and-release photos or horror stories.’
  • 47) ‘This means that you have tried calling the seller and his or her phone number doesn't work, or you have tried emailing a message to the seller and it comes back undeliverable.’
  • 48) ‘I am emailing this message to 500,000 defenders and other activists.’
  • 49) ‘You can start today by e-mailing a quick message to 5 friends about John McCain and his reform message.’
  • 50) ‘At least that's what I assumed when I found a site that lets you e-mail loving messages to friends and family after you ‘pass.’’
  • 51) ‘She asked whether it would be OK to e-mail supportive messages to Jeff in Iraq.’
  • 52) ‘When we e-mail a message we don't speak on the telephone.’
  • 53) ‘Now the company says that real estate advertisers will have to email their ads directly.’
  • 54) ‘PETA have retaliated by emailing the banned advert to hundreds of radio stations nationwide.’
  • 55) ‘It is claimed that the suspect spread the Trojan horse by emailing thousands of messages that promised job offers.’
  • 56) ‘A further 25,000 people have e-mailed their photographs and messages of support to Londoners.’

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