Question about Computers & Internet
Email is a digital way to send/receive messages. An email address is like your home address, a way for people to send messages to each other. Email requires a unique username that no one else has ( to make sure everyone gets the right mail!) and you'll have to come up with a password to protect it so other people cannot access it without permission. Email is MUCH faster than typical post office mail or letter. Where regular mail can take several days to get delivered, email is typically received with several minutes, anywhere in the world!
Gmail is a type of email provider. You can get email through your paid internet service provider (ISP), such as bellsouth, comcast, AT&T or from a free provider such as google, msn, yahoo, and many others. The layout when you check is email is a little different for each service, but they all work the same way.
an email is made of 4 parts
1) the "unique username"
2) the "@" symbol (the symbol is called "at")
3) the service provider "gmail, hotmail, msn, yahoo, etc..."
4) a domain extension ".com, .net, .edu, .gov, etc..."
So, a typical email address looks like
It just depends on your unique username and who is hosting your email.
Posted on Apr 14, 2014
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