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Email has become the primary form of communications these days especially at work. Internet services and apps also rely heavily on email to communicate with clients, whether it be to promote their products via newsletters and offers or to send important notices like invoices and order confirmations. This is true for any business with an online presence, from online mega stores like Amazon to discount sites offering coupons for everything from cruises to permanent hair removal services.
With email playing such an important role, it is vital that online businesses get the correct or valid email address of each customer. After all, the last thing you want is for customers not to get important notices especially if it contains further instructions for a purchase to go through. Neither do you want to turn off potential customers by spamming them with emails that are meant for someone else, the same someone else that signed up using an incorrect email address.
This is where email verification comes in. If you have an online site, always make sure that email verification is part of the sign up process so that you will have the right email address for each customer on your database.
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January 10 2013 | E-mail | No Comments »
Spam is spam. And I’m not talking about those wonderful breakfast treats. They’re basically junk e-mail that come companies send to advertise a particular product or service. There are even those that scam people about receiving secret inheritance, etc. Spamming is considered an abuse of electronic messaging systems since it is used to arbitrarily send unwelcome bulk messages. Some are funny but most of them are annoying especially when they start littering your Inboxes.
Many Web mail hosts have spam or junk mail filters but not all junk mails are screened so be extra vigilant about it. If you an unfamiliar sender or if the subject is obviously lewd or fishy, then go ahead and delete it.
For a funny look at spam, click My Pet Spam .
December 10 2011 | Definition and E-mail | Comments Off
Mozilla Firefox is a open source web browser created and managed by the Mozilla Corporation
which had a 20% share on the total internet browsers as of 2008 and ranking 2nd. Firefox features are tabbed browsing, a spell checker, incremental find, live bookmarking, a download manager which can be pause, and an integrated search system. Add-ons are also available like themes, multimedia player and other more which are made by other programmer and it’s continoue to grow and evolve everyday. Firefox can runs on different kind of Operating system like Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and many more. the current stable release version is 3.0.3 which was released on September 26, 2008. Many webside are view best using Mozilla Firefox and it’s restore session features great.
August 09 2008 | Application and Community and Definition and Download and E-mail and Information | Comments Off
Ahh! bounce e-mails. Still confused about that one? No problem, it’s really something that doesn’t hold interest until you get a message in your inbox saying a certain e-mail is “undeliverable” and has therefore “bounced.”
Simply put, bounce e-mail is electronic mail that gets returned to the sender because it cannot be delivered for one reason or another. It’s like a check that can’t be cashed in.
Hard bounce e-mail is an e-mail that is cannot be delivered permanently. This can be because the address is invalid. Soft bounce on the other hand happens when the recipient’s inbox is full and has no capacity to include yours. Or to be less harsh, if the server is temporarily unavailable.
January 07 2008 | Definition and E-mail | Comments Off