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					The address used to reach someone via email.


email address to which the email is being sent

sending an email that you have received to another recipient.

to respond to an email

a guide for polite online communication

symbols that are used to express feelings. Short ofr EMOTIONAL ICONS


mail that is sent in an envelope via the United states post office and a mailman


someone that you communicate with using a KEYboard and an email account.




another word for the people that you put in your address book.



Command to click in order to type a new email message


to keep track, teachers monitor email to make sure it is safe

a code word used to sign into an account




all of your e-mail messages that you received are here

copies of messages that you send

save the message, but do not send it


stop using e-mail for now
a short summary of an email's contents. Title of an email message.




The main part of an email message containing the actual text or images

all of your e-mail messages that you received are here




virtual wastebaske where you can "dump" unwanted or finished mail

write a new message


A person who sends spam

suitable or right for a particular situation


unwanted e-mail (usually of a commercial nature sent out in bulk)




Shows you the selected messages so that you can read them
Show you your messages that are in the selected folder
In your email account, it lists/shows you your mailbox folders
Using a username and a password to access an account
a system for sending and receiving electronic messages over
the Internet. It is short of ELECTRONIC mail


The address used to reach someone via email.


email address to which the email is being sent

sending an email that you have received to another recipient.

to respond to an email

a guide for polite online communication

symbols that are used to express feelings. Short ofr EMOTIONAL ICONS


mail that is sent in an envelope via the United states post office and a mailman


someone that you communicate with using a KEYboard and an email account.

This space in an email is used to place the name of the person TO WHOM you are
sending your mail

similar to a PHONE address book but it contains all of the email address of friends
etc.

another word for the people that you put in your address book.



Command to click in order to type a new email message


to keep track, teachers monitor email to make sure it is safe

a code word used to sign into an account

email sent out to large numbers of people often for the purpose
of selling something; unsolicited emails that are sent in huge numbers

all of your e-mail messages that you received are here

copies of messages that you send

save the message, but do not send it


stop using e-mail for now
a short summary of an email's contents. Title of an email message.

a letter to be circulated among many people by being copied, or, sometimes, added
to, and then passed to others with a request to do the same

The first part of an email message. It contains the Subject, origin and destination
email addresses, the path an email takes, or its priority.

The main part of an email message containing the actual text or images

all of your e-mail messages that you received are here

actually "mailing your message." You push a button instead of sticking it in a
mailbox

virtual wastebaske where you can "dump" unwanted or finished mail

write a new message


A person who sends spam

suitable or right for a particular situation


unwanted e-mail (usually of a commercial nature sent out in bulk)

the name of a specific Internet area controlled by a company, school, or
organization.

Part of the email window after you login that allows you to toggle (switch) between
your mailbox, calendar, contacts, and tasks.

Shows you the selected messages so that you can read them
Show you your messages that are in the selected folder
In your email account, it lists/shows you your mailbox folders
Using a username and a password to access an account
Stands for Uniform Resource Locator; this is a web address such as
http://www.outlook.com
A links page that presents information such as web sites and applications in one
location; a gateway
Forward


Sent

Password
Save a draft
Folder List
Email
Recipient

contacts

Email Address

Reply

Netiquette

header


Inbox


snail mail
URL

keypal

Sign Out
Monitor

New Message

address book
spammer


appropriate


Subject
compose


Portal

Navigation Pane

Message Pane

Domain Name
body

Chain Letters

Reading Pane

Spam

trash can

Junk mail
emoticon
To
send
inbox

Sign in

				
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