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  2. Yahoo! Mail - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Mail is an email service launched on October 8, 1997, by the American company Yahoo, Inc. It offers four different email plans: three for personal use (Basic, Plus, and Ad Free) and another for businesses.

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    Get 24x7 Live Support Plus Online Protection Our experts are ready to assist you 24x7 with any AOL-related questions—from email to login, technical, installation, mobile email, and more. Plus, you’ll get security products to help protect your identity and information.

  4. Zimbra - Wikipedia

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    The Zimbra Web Client is a full-featured collaboration suite that supports email and group calendars. At one time it featured document-sharing using an Ajax web interface that enabled tool tips, drag-and-drop items, and right-click menus in the UI. Today it has document sharing, chat, and videoconferencing.

  5. How email spoofing can affect AOL Mail - AOL Help

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    A compromised (hacked) account means someone else accessed your account by obtaining your password. Spoofed email occurs when the "From" field of a message is altered to show your address, which doesn't necessarily mean someone else accessed your account. You can identify whether your account is hacked or spoofed with the help of your Sent folder.

  6. Disposable email address - Wikipedia

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    A number of email systems support "sub-addressing" (also known as "plus" or "tagged" addressing) where a tag can be appended to the "local part" of an email address — the part to the left of the "@" — but with the modified address being an alias to the unmodified address. For example, the address joeuser+tag@example.com denotes the same ...

  7. Data center management - Wikipedia

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    Tier 4: Outside support for "items not directly serviced by the organization" Access to varying levels of support for products and services to in-house employees and corporate customers, providing information and troubleshooting is via various channels such as toll-free numbers, websites, instant messaging, or email.