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E-mail (English: electronic mail, referred to as: email or e-mail), also known as e-mail, referred to as e-mail, refers to a by a sender to send digital information to a person or more information exchange, Internet or other computer network to write, send and receive letters, the purpose is to achieve the sender and the recipient of the information exchange between. Some of the early e-mails needed the sender and the recipient to be online at the same time, similar to instant messaging. The current e-mail system is based on the model that is stored and forwarded. Mail server accepts, forwards, sends, and saves mail. Senders, recipients and their computers do not have to be online at the same time. The sender and the recipient can simply connect to the mail server when sending or receiving a message. ... 电子邮件（英语：electronic mail，簡稱：email或e-mail），又称電子郵箱，簡稱電郵，是指一種由一寄件人將數位信息傳送給一個人或多個人的信息交換方式，一般會通过網際網路或其他電腦網路进行书写、发送和接收信件，目的是达成发信人和收信人之间的信息交互。一些早期的電子郵件需要寄件人和收件人同時在線，類似即時通訊。現在的電子郵件系統以是儲存與轉發的模型為基礎。郵件伺服器接受、轉發、送出及儲存郵件。寄信人、收信人及他們的電腦都不用同時在線。寄信人和收信人只需在寄信或收信時簡短的連線到郵件伺服器即可。...
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «电子函件» OVER TIME
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10 CHINESE BOOKS RELATING TO «电子函件»
Discover the use of 电子函件 in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to 电子函件 and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in Chinese literature.