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By John R. Levine, Carol Baroudi, Margaret Levine Young and Arnold Reinhold.
Electronic mail sure has become popular. Everyone seems to have an e-mail address on their business cards, messages fly around offices, and around the world, and the occasional sage predicts the death of the Post Office. We're not too worried about the Post Office, but we can't imagine going back to life before e-mail. It's like life without the telephone.
If you find e-mail a bit mystifying, want to know more ways you can make e-mail work for you, or have a friend whom you'd like to get on-line, we've got just the book for you.
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Table of Contents
Part I: What Is E-Mail All About?
Part II: The Two Big E-Mail Programs
Part III: Using On-Line Services For E-Mail
Part IV: Using E-Mail at Work
Part V: Advanced E-Mail Topics
Part VI: The Part Of Tens
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