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  1. G.T.B. Tru
    January 6, 2018

    On this page has been written:

    “1.Email is short for Electronic Mail and the mail is transmitted from the sender’s computer to server and from there to the recipients server from where it can either be viewed or downloaded. IM is short for Instant Messaging and needs the users to be logged in to the same server. Messages are delivered instantly.”

    Note, in the sentence: …. the mail is transmitted from the sender’s computer to server and from there to the recipients server.”

    The apostrophe, in ‘from the sender’s computer,’ is correct. What happened to the apostrophe that was needed in ‘to the recipients server’? That is, should be: ‘to the recipient’s server.

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  2. Arthur
    May 28, 2018

    I don’t think point 3 the differences is valid anymore.These days IM can be sent o a recipient who is offline. Example Whatsapp

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  3. Brandie Brown
    January 23, 2019

    Possibilities are endless.
    With an android phone one can download an app as if its a computer with windows 10.
    What category dose 6 digit numbers fall into such as 266781

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