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email (electronic mail) A message that is shared over the Internet.
web-based email A service that allows you to create and send email messages, add attachments to email messages, receive and reply to email messages, store contact information, and mange email messages in folders. Also called webmail.
email client A program stored on your local computer that is used to manage multiple email accounts and contacts when you connect to your email service.
email address A unique identifier for an email sender or recipient, comprised of user name, domain name of the email service, and domain suffix.
text message A brief, written message of 160 characters or less sent between mobile phones or other portable devices using the short message service (SMS).
texting The process of sending a text message.
short message service (SMS) A service that carries text messages and is used by cell phone providers.
instant message (IM) A message transferred over a network and requiring that the sender and receiver have the same messaging software.
mobile instant messaging (MIM) A message that is transferred by a mobile device over a Wi-Fi network and requires that the sender and receiver have the same messaging app software.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) A transmission technology that allows you to make voice calls over the Internet using a service such as Skype.
audio conferencing Transmission technology that allows you to make voice calls over the Internet.
web conferencing A combination of technologies that allow you to hold meetings online with voice, video, images, and various collaborative tools such as virtual whiteboards.
video conferencing Technology that transfers video and audio signals over the Internet so users can see as well as hear one another.
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) format A format for messages that are sent over the Internet. MIME permits text, graphics, audio, and video.
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) A communications protocol installed on the ISP’s or online service’s mail server that determines how each message is to be routed through the Internet and then sends the message.
Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) A communications protocol that receives email from a mail server and delivers it to the proper mailbox. Has replaced POP on some email servers. Messages will not be deleted from the server until requested by the recipient.
Post Office Protocol, Version 3 (POP3) A communications protocol that receives email from a mail server and delivers it to the proper mailbox. By default, messages are deleted from the server when the recipient retrieves his/her mail unless the user changes the settings.
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