e-mail

[ US /ˈiˌmeɪɫ/ ]
VERB
  1. communicate electronically on the computer
    she e-mailed me the good news
NOUN
  1. (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
    you cannot send packages by electronic mail
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How To Use e-mail In A Sentence

  • We welcome submissions through e-mail because that saves us the bother of retyping the selected manuscripts.
  • We filter all the e-mails in the evening to verify whether any bogus votes are cast.
  • ASCII is the standard language of Internet e-mail and newsgroup text, among other things.
  • Last Thursday, campus officials received a bomb threat that was sent over the university e-mail system.
  • E-Mail etiquette requires some kind of signature at the end of a message, despite the header that appears with each incoming item.
  • Checking e-mail is just about tailor-made for this purpose.
  • What's interesting about the idea of an anonymous e-mail search engine is that you could search on content keywords and probably get your mail without even remembering your account name.
  • It is a commonly held misconception, due to the informal traditions of electronic communication, that e-mails carry less weight than letters on headed notepaper.
  • Personal digital assistants offer everything, from e-mail, word processing and time and billing to reading e-books and playing games.
  • The 7100, which also works as a phone, should appeal to customers who want a single device for calls and e-mail.
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