email addressing +

  michcass 10:34 01 Mar 2006

what does correct e-mailing addressing mean?
what does computor host names mean?
what does URL'S mean?

  Diemmess 12:00 01 Mar 2006

1)Correct email addressing is just that... Dot and Comma perfect.

2)In a networked environment The system that contains the data is called the host,

3)An acronym for "Uniform Resource Locator," this is the address of a resource on the Internet. World Wide Web URLs begin with http://

  palinka 22:59 05 Mar 2006

if you get even the tinyest thing wrong in an email address it won't "go". The postman knows a letter is for you even if the sender sent it to Main Rd instead of Main St, because there are so many other clues in the adddress. But if you type a comma instead of a dot, or put a space anywhere, or get it wrong in any other way, the email will never reach its destination. Put all addresses into the address book, check them very carefully, and then you don't neeed to worry about them again.

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