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  • '''Webmail''' uses a standard web browser to view and manage messages on a [[e-mail|ma Webmail tends to be slower and less flexible than a well-tuned email program runnin
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  • {{r|Webmail}}
    170 B (20 words) - 01:33, 24 November 2009
  • ...allowing users to work with email on their own computers, as opposed to [[Webmail]], where everything is done on the mail server, and the user works with a s
    239 B (39 words) - 00:55, 24 November 2009
  • '''Webmail''' uses a standard web browser to view and manage messages on a [[e-mail|ma Webmail tends to be slower and less flexible than a well-tuned email program runnin
    756 B (123 words) - 12:24, 1 October 2009
  • *[[Webmail]]
    864 B (90 words) - 18:17, 15 December 2007
  • ...l|IMAP]]. Here are brief explanations of these protocols and of [[Webmail|webmail]], an alternative to POP and IMAP for final delivery to the recipient. ==== Webmail and the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) ====
    17 KB (2,712 words) - 20:14, 26 September 2009
  • ...access is that it can come from any web browser that can gain access, but webmail applications tend to be less feature-rich than applications using POP3 or S
    2 KB (279 words) - 10:12, 31 May 2009
  • {{r|Webmail}}
    2 KB (205 words) - 17:38, 5 November 2009
  • ...g application protocols|POP/IMAP]] server, and another providing [[Webmail|webmail]] via HTTP to the Recipient's browser.
    11 KB (1,673 words) - 11:07, 29 August 2013
  • ...ed ''gmail'', it was a trailblazer laying the foundation for large storage webmail services.
    14 KB (2,124 words) - 17:27, 20 July 2012
  • - POP3, IMAP, Webmail
    4 KB (524 words) - 09:10, 9 December 2009
  • ...th users may not have a MUA on her computer but instead may connect to a [[webmail]] service. ...], by logging into mx.domain2.ext and reading it directly, or by using a [[webmail]] service.
    17 KB (2,758 words) - 07:20, 30 September 2009
  • ...lity. Some use an '''advertising-supported revenue model''', such as basic webmail services such as [[Hotmail]] and [[Gmail]]. Free customers have no levera ...dard protocols such as [[Microsoft Exchange]]; and end user access such as webmail, Blackberry or other personal devices and text-to-speech. This may be done
    57 KB (8,395 words) - 07:15, 24 October 2013