Definitions for "E-mail"
electronic mail; a digitally encoded message sent from one computer to another through an electronic communications medium, especially by means of a computer network.
to send (an e-mail message) to someone; as, I emailed the article to the editor; she emailed me her report.
Electronic mail sent using the internet. You can only send E-mail from a computer with a modem or one which is connected to a network with an internet facility. There are different types of E-mail software programmes, Pegasus mail being a popular one because it is available as Freeware from the WWW to individual users. Other common programmes include Simeon and Eudora, and E-mail is integral to certain software packages such as Outlook. E-mail is useful not only for passing memos internally, or for contacting people nationally and internationally cheaply and quickly (within seconds), but also as a way of passing documents for others to read as an attachment.
lectronic ail: I suspect if you have the wherewithal to surf the net -- this definition is unnecessary
Keywords:  eide, eps
an inexpensive way to improve your friendship An ear to the ground and nose to the grindstone can be painful An early example of the Peter Principle An earthquake
Keywords:  emoticon, ethernet
emoticon Ethernet
Keywords:  opera, soap
Soap Opera
Keywords:  egsm, enhanced, service
EGSM Enhanced Service
Keywords:  mosaic, usenet
Mosaic Usenet
Keywords:  notification, acceptable
an acceptable notification
a type of digital object defined, at the conceptual and logical levels, by essential data elements, e
Keywords:  info, questions
questions, info and more...
Keywords:  cfs, talk, listen, don't, social
What passes for social intercourse for CFS. The ability to have a relationship with people without having to talk and listen when you don't feel up to it.
Keywords:  focused, relevant, intent, drive, sales
a specific, relevant, focused offer with an intent to drive sales
a permanent record of your comments - so be careful what you say
In the Publishing Framework, a common method for delivering a result set package to recipients whose identities are known to the publisher. See also Delivery Transport.
Keywords:  impression, face, date, first
a first impression, like a first date face-to-face
Keywords:  interaction, private
a private interaction
Keywords:  consent, acceptable, form
an acceptable form of consent
Keywords:  letters, contacts, see
See letters, contacts.
Keywords:  good, option, first
a good first option
Keywords:  product
a knowledge product