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Beginners Guide to Email
Beginners Guide to Email

INSTRUCTIONAL MODULES

Introduction:

  1. Becoming Familiar with Email
  2. Advantages of Email vs. Traditional Mail (Snail Mail)
  3. Who provides email services, just a few (Download document list)
    1. Gmail (Google Mail)
    2. Yahoo!
    3. Microsoft's Outlook.com
    4. Apple's Icloud.com
    5. Zoho.com
    6. Yandex.com
    7. AIM.com
    8. Myway.com
    9. Inbox.com
    10. GMX.com & Mail.com

Email Basics:

  1. How to write an email address
  2. How to set up a personal email account
  3. Composing & Sending your first email
  4. How to create an email attachment

Etiquette, Safety & Helpful Tips:

  1. Good Etiquette for Personal & Business Email
  2. Entering Your Email Address on Websites
  3. Opting In
  4. Unsubscribing
  5. Bulk Mail
  6. Spam & Phishing
  7. Common examples of Phishing

KEY TERMINOLOGY

Basic Terms & Actions

  1. The Essentials
  2. Composing an Email
  3. Responding to an Email

Introduction:

Have you always wanted to have your own email account? Perhaps you didn't grow up using email, or maybe you preferred to send letters via the postal service until recently. Email is used in all areas of business, and it's also a great way to communicate with friends and family quickly and efficiently. While email may appear to be a bit intimidating and complicated at first, once you get the hang of it, you will start to feel more at ease.

This guide will give you an overview of email and teach you how to use it. You will also learn how email works, who proides email services, and most importantly, how to maintain online safety with email.

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