E-mail, or Electronic Mail, is the most popular Internet service currently available. You can send e-mails to a single person or a group, save them as computer files, or print the messages and forward them another person. With e-mail, you are able to exchange communications with millions of people all over the world. To receive e-mail, you must have either a UNIX shell account and read your mail from your provider's computer, or a PPP or SLIP account, in which your mail is transferred to your computer when you open the e-mail program while on-line. Every system on the Net supports some sort of mail service, so regardless of the computer you are using, if you are on the Net you can send and receive e-mail. For more information on e-mail, please contact your local Internet service provider.
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