Email intuition

October 2013
Computer Shopper;Oct2013, Issue 308, p11
In this article the author presents information on the increase in the trends of electronic mails by the users of the Internet in the U.S. He informs that the when a mail fails to deliver its is tempting to blame a faulty router or a dodgy internet connection but many a time the full inbox is the reason behind the failure. He further informs that the lot of virus activity and malware is directed at taking control of computer.


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