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  2. AOL

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  3. Purchase funnel - Wikipedia

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    Similar to a purchase funnel, "conversion funnel" is a technical term used in e-commerce operations to describe the track a consumer takes through an Internet advertising or search system, navigating an e-commerce website and finally converting to a sale.

  4. AOL Mail - Wikipedia

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    Link to other email accounts from other service providers (such as Gmail and Hotmail). Ads : are displayed while working with the email account. Embedded links within emails are automatically disabled and can only be activated by the email user.

  5. SMTP Authentication - Wikipedia

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    SMTP Authentication, often abbreviated SMTP AUTH, is an extension of the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) whereby a client may log in using any authentication mechanism supported by the server.

  6. OAuth - Wikipedia

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    An email software developer has criticised OAUTH2 as "an absolute dog's breakfast", requiring developers to write custom modules specific to each service (Gmail, Microsoft Mail services, etc.), and to register specifically with them. Uses. Facebook's Graph API only supports OAuth 2.0.

  7. Operation Whistle Pig: Inside the secret CBP unit with no ...

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    That afternoon, Rambo reached out to Watkins using the address jackbentleyesq@gmail.com, which he later described as an “off network” account sanctioned by the Counter Network Division.

  8. Internet service provider - Wikipedia

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    It provides email servers to send, receive, accept, and store email for end users or other organizations. Many mailbox providers are also access providers, while others are not (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Outlook.com, AOL Mail, Po box).