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  2. Email client - Wikipedia

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    An email client, email reader or, more formally, message user agent (MUA) or mail user agent is a computer program used to access and manage a user's email.. A web application which provides message management, composition, and reception functions may act as a web email client, and a piece of computer hardware or software whose primary or most visible role is to work as an email client may ...

  3. History of Microsoft Office - Wikipedia

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    First version to contain Outlook 98 in all editions and Publisher 98 in the Small Business Edition, as well as the first version of Office 97 to support Windows 98 Second Edition. June 7, 1999 Office 2000 (9.0) Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, Small Business Tools, FrontPage, PhotoDraw

  4. Yahoo! Mail - Wikipedia

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    Users are able to access and manage their mailboxes using webmail interface, accessible using a standard web browser. Some accounts also supported the use of standard mail protocols (POP3 and SMTP). Since 2015, users can also connect non-Yahoo e-mail accounts to the webmail client. New Yahoo!

  5. Microsoft Office 2003 - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Office 2003 (codenamed Office 11) is an office suite developed and distributed by Microsoft for its Windows operating system.Office 2003 was released to manufacturing on August 19, 2003, and was later released to retail on October 21, 2003, exactly two years after the release of Windows XP.

  6. Backdoor (computing) - Wikipedia

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    A backdoor is a typically covert method of bypassing normal authentication or encryption in a computer, product, embedded device (e.g. a home router), or its embodiment (e.g. part of a cryptosystem, algorithm, chipset, or even a "homunculus computer" —a tiny computer-within-a-computer such as that found in Intel's AMT technology).