E-Mail Composition and Decoding

  • John Goerzen


E-mail is one of the most important means of communication available on the Internet. Millions of people exchange e-mail each day. A countless number of automated systems process e-mail as well: Everything from online order confirmations to mail readers involves computer systems that must generate, route, deliver, receive, or display messages. In this part of the book, you’ll learn about e-mail messages and the protocols that handle them. This chapter focuses on the messages themselves, while the following chapters discuss delivering and downloading messages.


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© John Goerzen 2004

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