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Reasons why you should use E-mail:

  • E-mail messages get sent instantly and globally.

  • E-mail messages have no extra cost than what you pay for your ISP.

  • E-mails cannot get lost. The purpose of the Internet is to make sure the e-mail message gets to its destination. Once you click on "send", there is no "undo". However your e-mail message may be returned due to an invalid e-mail address. Also it will be returned if the person that you are sending the e-mail message to, has reached the maximum limit of room in their in-box. In any case, you will get an e-mail message stating why it could not be delivered.

  • You can receive daily e-mails on any topics (daily horoscopes, bible readings, customized TV shows and movies, etc) by subscribing to a list server. This website, http://online-magazine.com/listsvr.htm, currently lists 7,530 e-mail list servers. Do not confuse this with newsgroups which are e-mails that are posted directly on the Internet.

  • You can send e-mail messages to key people in the government or in businesses. You can even send an e-mail message directly to the President of the United States (president@whitehousePLEASENOSPAM.gov) or even Bill Gates himself (BillG@microsoftPLEASENOSPAM.com). You can also send e-mail messages to your favorite celebrities. Below is a list of websites where you can obtain these e-mail addresses.


See ResourceRecommendations. Feel free to add additional resources to these lists, but please follow the guidelines on ResourceRecommendations including ResourceRecommendations#Guidelines_for_Rating_Resources.


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