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CSA - Emails

Email electronic mail; a method of exchanging short digital messages
Internet Service Provider ISP; a company that provides connections to the Internet
Needed to Access Email ISP and an email address
Parts of an Email Address username, at symbol, domain name, extension
Inbox displays e-mail messages that have been received, includes the sender’s name, date, and time that the e-mail was received
Draft an e-mail that is saved to be sent later, saved in the Drafts folder of an e-mail program
Outbox folder that stores mail that is ready to be sent
Sent folder that displays e-mail messages that have been sent
From sender of the message
To recipient of the message
Cc indicates that someone else will receive a copy of the message
Bcc feature used when the sender does not want the person receiving the message to know that the message was also sent to another person
Body the message of the e-mail; single space within paragraphs, double space between paragraphs
Attachment files that are attached to an e-mail message
Address Book the e-mail feature that allows you to save e-mail address and other contact information
Subject subject or topic of the email
Created by: mmabe



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