As you saw in Chapter 1, Introduction, correspondence via e-mail can be as
simple as sending a message to a friend, or much more complex. The first users of the
predecessor of the internet, the Arpanet, found that they used the system more for sending
e-mail than they did research documents, and that is the way it is today. More people use
the internet for e-mail than for anything else. "E-mail" can also be much more
complex and powerful than just sending a text message to a friend.
Click here to go to Setting up your Mailing Program. Or use the drop down menu boxes
above to select a topic
For more information on how
e-mail can be used, see Chapter 7, Discussion Forums.