This Web page is an electronic companion to Chapter 2 of the book Learning
to Use the Internet, by Ernest
C. Ackermann . It contains links to the Internet resources, sites,
and services mentioned in the chapter. Using this you can access them directly,
without typing the long addresses or URLs for each item. Please send any
comments, questions or suggestions to Ernest Ackermann. For orders or requests for examination copies contact the publisher
Chapter 2 Electronic Mail: The basics about e-mail
Finding Someone's Internet E-Mail Address - Automated Services
Point your gopher to gopher.tc.umn.edu and choose Phone
Send e-mail to email@example.com
with "send usenet-addresses/name" as the body of the message. Substitute
the name you're looking for in place of "name".
NetFind Lets you search for an e-mail address based on a person's name
and location or Internet domain name. To access NetFind
Useful items for working with e-mail
Sending e-mail from one network to another
On-line Guides to e-mail Programs
Point your Gopher to sunspot.ssl.berkley.edu, choose "Software_on_sunspot",
then choose "Mail", and finally choose mailx
On the World Wide Web Using
the 'mailx' command
Some other places you may want to visit
Last Updated: Saturday, January 3, 1998
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