Is Email and Gmail the Same ???
The purpose of writing this article is to find a solution to my problem. Many people in Myanmar are very unfamiliar with technology. Especially in rural areas. Nowadays, mobile phones have become popular. It is only with the advent of mobile phones that people have become interested in the Internet. From there, I created a Google Account. I also use Gmail and Gtalk. But they do not know what email is. When I say ’email’, to some it means ’email’; There are rumors that Gmail is the only one. That is why I am writing this article. It has been written for a long time. Here it is again. Help Myanmar by sharing this kind of article with friends.
Email is an electric mail call. All mail used on the Internet is called Email. Email stands for [email protected]
Gmail is an email service provided by Google, also known as google webmail. Gmail is just a google account.
You can access all Google services with your google account. For example, Gmail, Gtalk, Blogspot, Picasa, YouTube and many more. You can access any of the services provided by google by accessing your known Gmail address or google account. No need to create a new one. Google is often used as a username. If you have email, you have a google account, so you have [email protected], google mail, or G mail.
The email symbol is the “@” sign. The “@” sign is called the At sign. So if you are asked if you have an email, do not assume that I have no email but Gmail. If you have a google account, you have an email account called [email protected] If you want to know about Google services >>> https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Google_products#Web <<<
@ Do you have Email .. “?
“So what about GMail?”
“Yes, there is GMail.”
You may have heard this many times.
Email is actually an electronic mail.
Email includes gmail in that group …
An email address contains three sections: name @ domain.
The name is the account name. @ means in, and domain means
Email Location (Or) Email is defined as a supported location.
gmail is an acronym for Google Mail powered by Google, followed by .com, .net, .org (.Dot) and Domain Extension.
For example, [email protected] is roughly the account of mr.waithu opened in a Google-sponsored area.
There may be other domains in place of gmail.com, for example [email protected] is not gmail but this is an email. , [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] etc.
There are six key labels you should know about any email.
- Inbox = This is where the inbox of your email comes in. To find an email sent to your email, first search the Inbox.
- Sent or Outbox = This is a place to store mail sent to you by others. If you want to find mail sent to others, you must search in Sent or Outbox.
- Spam = This is where the email provider identifies the mail as spam (unnecessary / suspicious mail). If you receive any malicious or annoying e-mail, you can set that e-mail to be spam. If an e-mail is sent with the correct address and not in your Inbox, you can search it in Spam.
- Drafts = This is where you save a mail that you have not yet sent to others.
- Compose = This is where you write the mail. It contains the Address, Bcc, CC, Title, Body, Attach, Web Link. You must enter the full email address you want to send. You must enter a full .com address. When writing an address, you must include a complete email address. Title and Body are the title and the content you want to write. Attach is used to send a separate file.
- Trash = This is where you save any mail in the Inbox, Sent, Spam. It is stored on your computer like a Recycle Bin. If you want to go back, you can search in Trash. Once deleted from Trash, you will not be able to find it anywhere.
Depending on the features provided by the email provider, other labels may be included, or you may create your own new label. It depends on the email provider how much you can attach the attachment file. In our popular gmail, I can not read the number of characters. The file size that can be attached to an email is 25 Mb.
Well, as far as I know, I apologize for any inaccuracies.
What I want to ask is that in the IT age, everyone needs to have a Ph number and a mail.
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