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E-mail, a digital letter sent over the Internet. It is the acronym of the concept of electronic mail. Visually, there is not a big difference between them and a paper letter. Dec. All kinds of file types such as images, music, videos can be added to emails and transferred to the recipient’s computer.
Billions of e-mails are sent around the world every day. It is used more widely than paper letters due to its cheapness and convenience, but its use in official affairs is quite limited due to its lack of reliability.
Email accounts can be opened for free or for a certain fee from various sites that provide this service. E-mail addresses; username, address mark, name of the e-mail server of the site where the account was created, period (.) and occurs by writing the site extension without leaving December.
Sender or From (From): The location (address) and name of the sender of the message. Although it automatically appears as the person’s name here, it is also possible to send with another person’s name.
Recipient or To (To): The location and name of the recipient of the message. It shows who the message was sent to. It is possible to send to more than one person by placing a comma “,” between the message Decals. If your location is not visible, it may be hidden with BCC.
Subject: The title that summarizes the message is usually remembered later and helps to separate messages. It is recommended to be written ethically.
Date (Date): The local date and time when the message was sent. Usually, the sending server or messaging program adds this October time automatically. Sometimes a new message may look as if it is old with the time and day setting broken.
Message body (Body): This contains the message itself and the user signature in general.
Carbon Copy “KK” (CC, Carbon Copy): Allows the message to be sent to other recipients in October in addition to the person who originally sent it. The message is not addressed directly to the people written here, the message was sent to these people for informational purposes.
Hidden Carbon Copy “GKK” (BCC, Blind Carbon Copy): Also known as Closed Carbon Copy. The recipients written here will not appear in the message. Ethically, it is appropriate to use this field for informal messages sent to many people. This type of recipient hiding also provides protection against bulk messaging (spam).
Reply (Reply): Used to reply to a message from a specific location. The recipient section automatically receives the location of the sender of the message. It is one of the most used functions.
Reply All (Reply All): Used to send the replied message to all the finds written in the To: and CC: section of the incoming message. It is one of the most abused functions. Usually, all finds go to open and unnecessary finds. It is one of the mechanisms used by viruses that enter the computer.
Forwarding (Forward, Fwd): Allows an incoming message to be redirected to another location.
Attachment October October: These are files sent as attachments to the article. Files are encoded using the Base64 method before they are added. Files can be added in many different formats, especially audio, image, video, text. It is one of the main ways of spreading viruses.