Email is 35

Email has just turned 35 and it’s very difficult to imagine working without the emails today. Here are few interesting links to Email and it’s history.

IT programmer Ray Tomlinson sent the first message in late 1971.

The test messages were entirely forgettable and I have, therefore, forgotten them. Most likely the first message was QUERTYIOP or something similar.

Josh Burt of The Sun is reminding us of the top 5 embarrassing emails of last 35 years.

And a list of very useful tips from IT Security; Hacking Email: 99 tips to make you more secure and productive. The article include Etiquette, Communicating & Effectiveness, Mobile Email, Productivity, Folders, Filtering, Email Attachments, Tricks, Hacks, Backup, Software specific tips, Privacy and Security.

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One comment on “Email is 35
  1. bUZZer says:

    Well! It’s sad that we missed the birthday, should have organized a birthday party!!!!!!

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