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electronic mail

for the purposes of the regulations on privacy and electronic communications controlling marketing, electronic mail means email and text/picture/video messages.
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With the issuance of the final rule for electronic mail systems in August 1995, the PROFS case drew to a close.
The utility of electronic mail as a medium for patient-physician communication.
For further information about Intermail, contact Steven Karlson at 617-674-0100 or by electronic mail at stevek@accordance.
The problem: global electronic mail doesn't always work.
Users also have legitimate concerns about security and privacy, especially when they use electronic mail to handle matters that ought to remain confidential, such as ratings and evaluations of research proposals.
Related to electronic mail is electronic teleconferencing.
Not only has the use of electronic mail made this information readily available, it has also eliminated the need for additional employees to work inefficiently on the telephone and to manually develop printed reports.
At some point, database software that is either proprietary or publicly available will be used by a records management application, an EDMS, an electronic mail system or another computer application to store an electronic record and the associated index files.
You have practiced telemedicine, but you did it with personal computers and multimedia electronic mail, rather than expensive television equipment and production personnel.
SLED provides Internet users with an on-line directory where they can both advertise their Internet electronic mail addresses to other users and also search the directory themselves to find lost friends, business acquaintances, college roommates, and anyone else who could have an electronic mail address.
Before we began using electronic mail, sending out invitations to our conferences was something of a lottery," says Martha McDevitt, conference coordinator for Transnationals Information Exchange (TIE).
And with nearly 20 percent more actively planning to implement electronic mail in the near future, a clear message in dollars and cents is beginning to get through to vendors.

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