050 - What is Email Address

Electronic mail (E-mail) is a method of sending messages from one computer to another. It has revolutionised communication in workplaces and homes throughout the world, enabling individuals, organisations and businesses to send messages to any recipient's E-mail Address.

Electronic mail is the exchange of computer-stored messages by telecommunication. Email is a system used for creating, sending/receiving and storing data in a digital format over a network of computers.

Example of email address

yourname@inbox.com red.awesome@mail.com - red.awesome@live.com

Advantages of e-mail

It's free • Transmission can cost nothing
It's fast • Messages can be sent anywhere in an instant
It's simple • Easy to use, after initial set-up
It's efficient • Sending to a group can be done in one action.
It's versatile • Pictures or other files can be sent too.

Uses of e-mail add

Personal • for creating, sending or receiving a message from other.
Business and Government • Some application form in any purposes may required an e-mail add.
Registration • Most website required an e-mail add to sign-up.

What Is Spam And How To Avoided It

Spam is most often considered to be electronic junk mail. Spam is sending messages repeatedly on the same site. Spam is email advertising for some product sent to a mailing list or newsgroup. It is wasting people's time with unwanted e-mail.

Spam is best avoided, by revealing your e-mail address only to carefully chosen recipients. Always check the sender and recipient information of suspicious messages. Filter your email, don't open or reply to spam or just delete it.

Virus Alert And Tips To Avoid Infection

Computer viruses are frequently and rapidly spread by users unwittingly opening infected e-mail attachments. A malicious program may then send the rogue attachment to every address in your e-mail program's address book and so on.

To avoid contamination do not open attachments unless you are expecting them and they come from a recognised sender. Always ensure you use anti-virus software that is updated on a regular basis to help minimise the risk of contamination.

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