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E-mail (Electronic Mail)
This is the service delivery of messages through the Internet network. Much like the correspondence by mail. The difference is, e-mail does not require stamps and postal workers. All it takes is an e-mail programs like Outlook and Outlook Express. Or can also use the online facility, which is Web-based e-mail. We need to access the internet and create a password-protected account.

In an e-mail, an address furnished by the symbol @ (pronounced at in English) that separates the user name with the domain name. We can save the addresses of friends e-mail address into the address book is already available, and send electronic mail to them. The facility is far easier, cheaper and faster than sending a letter manually via Postal service.

FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
FTP set standards in transferring the files to upload and download. Upload also known as the "upload", while the download has another name, "download". Transferred files can be image files, text, video and more.

There is an FTP site that contains the files that were still in a server. Many of these sites that have anonymous FTP, where all people can perform the file transfer. But there is also a limit file transfers only by those who have authorized accounts (with passwords) on the FTP server.

Here is an online discussion area for users of certain objects. We can join with this group and send a message to be taken by another member. There is also requiring us to register first to get a username and password. Or there is also a newsgroup that is specific to a particular community.

For example, certain subjects that students are equipped with their own name and password, will be able to enter the discussion area so that others can not interfere in their lectures. Usually we use a Newsreader program to participate in it. But there are also discussion groups that do not require this facility. They use the Message Board (message board), which is relatively more easy to use.

Mailing (Mailing List)
Mailing address is the e-mail group that has a single name, which unites them in a group discussion. If one member sends an e-mail on the mailing list, then all members will automatically receive it. Usually managed by people who have certain similarities, such as institutional similarity, or similarity hobby.

Chat, means doing real-time written conversation (on the spot) in the computer. Chat Room is the location on an internet server that housed the people who were chatting. If you send a message to the chat room, then everyone who is on the server will be able to read your message and reply directly. Similar mengoblor are like in the real world.

There also can be done via video so that we can see our speaker at the other end. To be able to be seen and heard, we need a headset and webcam.

If you want to chat, we should have a chat-client program that some can be downloaded free from the net. Then connect to the chat server and chat until stiff hand.

Instant Messaging
Real-time service allows us to see the status of others, whether online or not. If online, we can talk to via audio and video or just send a message. For IM can run, kesua parties must equally online. We may need software to do this messenger.

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol)
Also called Internet Phone. This means we can call via the Internet rather laih through j
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