email is a traditional form that has been used in rfcs for the "author's address" and is expressly required "for historical reasons". e-mail is sometimes used, capitalizing the initial e as in similar abbreviations like e-piano, e-guitar, a-bomb, and h-bomb.
an email address identifies an email box to which email messages are delivered. a wide variety of formats were used in early email systems, but only a single format is used today, following the specifications developed for internet mail systems since the 1980s. this article uses the term email address to refer to the addr-spec defined in rfc 5322, not to the address that is commonly used; the
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electronic mail (or e-mail or email) is an internet service that allows people who have an e-mail address to send and receive electronic letters.those are much like postal letters, except that they are delivered much faster than snail mail when sending over long distances, and are usually free.. like with regular mail, users may get a lot of unwanted mail.
e-mail m (plural e-mails) (uncountable) e-mail (system for sending messages via the internet) e-mail (message sent via e-mail) e-mail (an e-mail address) quotations . for quotations of use of this term, see citations:e-mail. synonyms (system): correio eletrónico (message sent via e-mail): correio eletrónico (e-mail address): endereço eletrónico
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ambondro mahabo is a mammal from the middle jurassic (about 167 million years ago) of madagascar.the only species of the genus ambondro, it is known from a fragmentary lower jaw with three teeth (pictured), interpreted as the last premolar and the first two molars.the premolar consists of a central cusp with one or two smaller cusps and a cingulum (shelf) on the inner, or lingual, side of the